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Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan

From $55.00
  • Visit three NYC pizzerias on this Manhattan food tour
  • Sample and compare three slices of NYC’s best pizza
  • Get a pocket pizza journal to write notes at each pizza tasting 
Pizza Walking Tour of Manhattan
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Crosstown Pizza Tour: 3-hour pizza tour of significant pizzerias in Little Italy and lower Manhattan. Departs at 11:15am.
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North Village Pizza Tour
North Village Pizza Tour: 2.5- to 3-hour pizza tour of significant pizzerias in North Greenwich Village. Departs at 12:00pm.
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South Village Pizza Tour
South Village Pizza Tour: 2.5- to 3-hour pizza tour of significant pizzerias in South Greenwich Village .Departs at 11:15am.
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New York is full of pizzerias, but unless you do your research, it’s hard to find the best slice in the city. This Manhattan pizza walking tour has everything figured out for you, and you can choose the neighborhood that interests you most: the Lower East Side, North Greenwich Village, South Greenwich Village, or Little Italy. No matter which neighborhood pizza tour you take, taste three slices as you go.
What to Expect
Meet for this Manhattan pizza walking tour at the designated meeting spot in New York City, depending on which neighborhood tour you've chosen.

Get acquainted with your guide and group, and then set off in search of pizza. Your guide knows the best pizza joints in town, and you stop at three spots for a slice at each.

Use the provided pocket pizza journal to write tasting notes and recommendations for other places to check out. No matter which NYC neighborhood you visit, you're sure to find slices you enjoy.

Your Manhattan pizza walking tour ends at the original meeting point.
Reviews (121)
1 - 5 of 27 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
WOW! I'm now a pizza specialist!

Peter, our tour guide, was very knowledgeable and he really has a true passion for his city... and pizza! We learned a great deal about the history of NYC, it's culture, it's immigrants and for sure, about pizza. The tour might look expensive at first...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank Marie-Pierre L
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Really interesting and memorable!

I heard about Scott's Pizza Tour from a travel youtube channel and decided to book the crosstown pizza walk. Our guide Peter who was fantastic - knowledgable and funny too! He was also a bit of a history buff so he was keen to point...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank gib_wanderluster
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Great Tour! Alexis Was Terrific & Hysterical Too. Historical & Contemporary All At Once!

Despite mediocre pizza, and not a lot of it, the tour was a BLAST!!! Alexis, our tour guide, knew his stuff. Tons of little facts, stories, etc. made for a really fun tour, I can't wait to try the other tours out as well. Don't...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank wmgrubb2016
Reviewed November 9, 2018 via mobile
The trifecta of good food, good banter, and good info

We’ve been to NYC as a family many times and I was looking for something new when I came across Scott’s Pizza Tours. I was a teeny bit skeptical that it would be “cheesy” (pardon the pun” or too “touristy” (despite me being a tourist!)....More

Thank D7813BIsandrah
Reviewed November 3, 2018 via mobile
It was Dough’p

Myself and my wife done the cross town pizza walk and our guide was Peter Van Buren (excellent) we went to 3 stops Lombardi’s, Rubirosa and Fiore’s. Our tour guide was really good as well as a fountain of knowledge about pizza and the restaurants...More

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April 11, 2018|
Response from Emily B | Reviewed this property |
No, each restaurant had a section reserved for us