- 35 Ratings
Cannoli Crawl in New York City
Experience Sicily’s Curator, Allison Scola, as she hosts The New York Cannoli Crawl. Embark on a walking/tasting tour featuring NYC’s Italian American history with stops along the way to enjoy Sicilian-inspired food.
What You Will Do
- Partake in a four-hour tour, starting on Bleecker Street, near Our Lady of Pompeii church and end on Mulberry Street in Manhattan’s Little Italy
- Enjoy an interactive and family-friendly adventure that is a great way to see another side of New York City
- Hear stories about the city's history with making and producing cannoli and much more
- Guided tour
You’ll be walking through Greenwich Village, SoHo, and Little Italy, so wear comfortable shoes and come hungry! Tip: Do not eat lunch before (or a big breakfast), you’ll be eating a lot along the way.
Full refunds for cancellations made at least 24 hours in advance.
- 35 Ratings
A blend of history, current neighborhoods & immigration as well as the foods of NYC
What an amazing experience! Not only did we learn about cannoli, but we had the chance to try a host of other Sicilian treats. The historical background about the neighborhood was a huge bonus. Thank you!
John and I had such a lovely afternoon walking around Little Italy tasting cannolis with Allison as our super guide. We could not ask for a better afternoon on a fall day in New York City what a wonderful experience you can be sure we’re going to do it again.
Wonderful presentation. Great food. Highly recommended!
1) Allison's knowledge (food, streets of NYC, historical events) was presented in a most pleasant manner. 2) The group was extremely cordial; and eating and talking around the various tables with them was very comfortable. 3) The food (some more than others) was molto delizioso. 4) I would not hesitate to recommend this walking/eating tour.
Allison is a wonderful host and guide. The walk is wonderful! Perhaps less cannoli and maybe one more savory food? Great insight into history during the walk! Perhaps put the pasta shop towards the end for purchasing? Less to carry during the walk. I believe that people who have done this walk would do another one with a different theme. Something to consider.