Do you want to explore the vegan options in New York City in one epic foodie weekend? Save time and stress planning where to eat and let us do the work for you!
Join Vegans, Baby Sept. 16 – 18, 2022 for a vegan tour of New York City. Hosted by Vegans, Baby founder Diana Edelman, the full vegan foodie weekend experience is one of the best things to do in New York City.
We’ve partnered with amazing chefs, tour operators and restaurants to create a delicious weekend in New York City. Sit back and relax and don’t worry about what’s vegan — we’ve got you.
The entire weekend features four amazing experiences — three of which are foodie focused and one that treats you to a fascinating look at the history of NYC. From an acclaimed chefs serving some of the best food you’ll ever eat at an exclusive, private dinner at his home, complete with wine pairings, to exploring vegan food across three NYC neighborhoods to visiting one of the city’s newest vegan restaurants, this weekend is for anyone who wants to enjoy devouring the best eats in town and have the experiences all planned for them.
It’s only $525 per person for the weekend activities (including Diana as your personal host for the entire tour, plus taxes, fees and gratuities). Only 8 spots are available for this weekend.
Friday, Sept. 16
The foodie weekend starts off at the private residence of Chef Mario Buccellati. Last year, Buccellati kicked off the vegan foodie weekend with a private dinner and this year he returns to start the weekend. The talented chef has created a special Eight Eat Experience with a seven-course meal.
Each course is paired with a selection from Vegan Wines collection, plus bubbles to start the night. Dinner is on the 16th floor rooftop overlooking Manhattan. Please be prepared for wind and dress appropriately. If it rains, we will move inside.
Saturday, Sept. 17
The next morning, we’re meeting in the East Village mid-morning to join Vegan Tours NY.
Now in its third year, Vegan Tours NY is the city’s first and only vegan tour company. The group will go on an exclusive, curated tour of the East Village and Lower East Side. Come hungry — we’ll be eating our way through these neighborhoods.
The afternoon and evening are yours to enjoy. We’ll give you some tips on where to go and what to eat if you need some suggestions.
Sunday, Sept. 18
Our last morning starts with a walking tour of the Lower East Side at 10 a.m. For over two centuries, the Lower East Side has been home to waves of newly-arrived immigrants, creating a cauldron of cultures and innovation. But the historic district is quickly disappearing. In fact, the National Trust of Historic Preservation named the Lower East Side one of the most endangered places in the nation.
On this tour, we’ll explore the streets of the Lower East Side, uncovering remnants of its past hidden in plain sight. You’ll learn how the immigrants lived, worked and worshipped, hear tales of the neighborhood’s colorful denizens, and discover how its cultures and conflicts shaped modern America.
The tour is hosted by Jeff Dobbins, who has led and created tours for Google, the New-York Historical Society, the New York Public Library, Columbia and Johns Hopkins Universities.
We’ll end the tour at Belse, the city’s largest vegan restaurant and brewery, for a buffet-style brunch complete with a cocktail or mocktail.
What’s included on the vegan tour of NYC
All meals and experiences mentioned above are included, included taxes and gratuities.
What you’ll need to cover for the vegan tour of NYC
Participants are responsible for any airfare, lodging and transportation. If arriving to the city via a flight, there are various options to get into the city, from public transit to ride shares or cabs. Once in the city, all destinations on the tour are accessible via subway which is $2.75 per ride. Travel insurance is highly suggested to cover any unforeseen travel issues such as delayed/canceled flights, lost luggage, illness, etc. We recommend World Nomads. Click Here for the Best New York Hotel Deals!
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