Ahoy New York’s new food tour of Nolita, Little Italy and Chinatown is now live! The Taste of Mulberry Street food tour features six delicious tastings from five different cuisines, Spanish, French, Italian, Vietnamese and Chinese. In this New York City business spotlight, we take a look at some of these amazing shops and restaurants on the food tour and what makes each of them special.
La Churreria – 284 Mulberry St
Next door to the popular Socarrat Paella Bar is La Churreria. Both Socarrat and La Churreria are owned by Jesus “Lolo” Manso who wanted to bring authentic Spanish foods to the neighborhood. Churros are a popular Spanish street food and La Churreria’s churros are just out of this world. These sweet fried dough treats are made fresh and are super addictive. When dipped in a bit of chocolate and served warm, these churros are the perfect way to start a food tour.
French Cheese Board – 41 Spring St
If you want to learn more about French cheeses, French Cheese Board is the place to be! With a beautiful event space and a great selection of cheeses for sale, this place is a must for any cheese lover or even anyone curious about it. On our food tour, you can sample an assortment of tasty French cheeses such as comté and camembert and learn about how they are made and their fascinating history.
Pomodoro Ristorante & Pizzeria – 51 Spring St
Pomodoro is a very popular corner pizzeria in Nolita. They have hands down the best vodka pizza in New York City (and we argue the best vodka pizza in the world). On the Taste of Mulberry Street tour you can cut the line and taste their scrumptious vodka slice for yourself!
Lunella Ristorante – 173 Mulberry St
Little Italy is renowned for its pastas and Lunella Risotrante is a family run Italian restaurant in the epicenter of Little Italy with top notch pastas. You really have to try their fresh pasta like their fettuccine and you can on our food tour!
Thanh Hoai 1 – 73 Mulberry St
There is much more than just Chinese restaurants in Chinatown. There are actually many Vietnamese restaurants scattered throughout the neighborhood and our favorite by far is Thanh Hoai 1. Their pho noodles and seafood are delicious but the real star of the show are their spring rolls. When wrapped in some lettuce and dipped in some of their signature sauce, it just hits the spot.
Eggloo – 60 Mulberry St
Finally you are in for a treat at Eggloo, probably one the most popular dessert shops in Chinatown! Be sure you have your camera ready. Their egg waffle sundaes are legendary in Chinatown and they taste as good as they look! Their sundae features ice cream, yummy toppings and sauces and of course some of their Hong Kong style egg waffles served warm. Yum!
So which tasting are you looking forward to the most?