We proud to be honored once again by TripSavvy.com in their updated "The 8 Best NYC Food Tours of 2019" article as the Best Soul Food Tour. We agree with TripSavvy (but maybe we're a little biased).
What an honor to be included in Adventurous Kate's "Top Ten Things to Do in Harlem" list! Thanks, Kate!
We are thrilled to be included in TripSavvy.com's article The 9 Best NYC Food Tours of 2019 where they have us listed as "Best Soul Food Tour: Harlem Historical Food Tour" and went on to say: Viator members noted that food was fantastic and the tour guides were extremely engaging and
We're excited to be featured in Lufthansa Airline's magazine article A village in Manhattan. Read about why Harlem is so alluring — even to international travelers! Get insights about Harlem from Taste Harlem founder Jacqueline Orange and historical tour guide, architect John Reddick.
"This is much more than window dressing. A cadre of local artists commissioned to help make Harlem a destination for bedazzling holiday storefront displays will unveil their handiworks this month at eight eateries and shops including The Cecil, Land Yoga and Vinateria."
"Your mouth will travel from New York to the Deep South, the Caribbean and West Africa. And between tastings, you’ll learn about Harlem’s rich history and treasured architecture."
"Harlem is culture, heritage, art, restaurants, and music," she said. Each week, Orange leads groups as small as four or as large as 30 for an up-close experience of what she has dubbed the "Harlem mystique."
"Fried chicken and waffles, collard greens and mac "n' cheese, oh my!"
"One of the best ways to enjoy Harlem is to eat your way through the rich history and diverse ethnic mix of Caribbean, African and Latin American."
Enjoy the neighborhood's soul food as well as the cuisines of the Caribbean, Africa and Italy.