Available Sundays year round at 4 PM
Available privately and by request at other dates & times

 

Slow down your Sunday afternoon with a Sweeter Than Sugar Dessert Tour. Mosey through the quaint Chelsea neighborhood for half-pound cookies, into the Chelsea Market where your eyes and taste buds will be delighted in this food mecca. We’ll learn about this neighborhood’s interesting and significant culinary past as we walk down the High Line sipping hot chocolate or enjoying artisanal shave ice (depending on the season). Get your sugar fix in the trendy meatpacking district, and wind down in the West Village where you have the option of adding a wine or beer pairing with your final decadent dessert.

Your tour starts in Chelsea on the northwest corner of 8th avenue and 18th Street where you will meet your licensed tour guide and the rest of your tour group, which will range from 3-16 guests for a conversational experience. This tour ends in the West Village near West 4th Street.

You may opt to book a private tour for groups of 6 or more. We can even tailor it to your personal tastes. Our tours make great birthday party tours, bachelorette, tours, family get-togethers, office team building, incentive programs, and more.

  • This Tour in the Press:

  • Haute Living

    Haute Living "Looking for a way to spice up, or rather, sweeten your weekend plans? Sugartooth Tours is now offering weekly walking tours around Manhattan that allows visitors the chance to sample the city’s finest sweets while learning about the culinary and cultural history of The Big Apple... Different themed dessert tours are offered year round, but one of the most popular (and most indulgent) is the “Sweeter Than Sugar” two-hour dessert tour, which takes place on Sunday afternoons at 4 PM. The guided tour kicks off in the charming neighbored of Chelsea and makes stops in the West Village and the Meatpacking District. Throughout the 1.5 mile tour, the knowledgeable guides point out fun and interesting facts about the different areas, such as the original freight rail line tracks that dot The High Line." –Amy Kalaczynski, February 19th, 2014
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