July 15, 2010

“Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.”  – Mark Twain

Walking Food Tour!
New York City
Saturday, July 24

There are over 20, 000 restaurants in New York City.

past Grub Crawlers posing with happy tummies

How would you like to know the best ones to go to?

Wouldn’t you like to go where chefs like to eat?

July 24th,  come take an exciting walk through downtown Manhattan’s most diverse and flourishing neighborhoods and sample foods that will stimulate your palate.

From NY standards (egg creams)

Lou Reed's favorite

to Taiwanese  street food (roast pork buns), and from sensational new secrets, to out of the way treasure, follow Chef Deven DeMarco as he gives you a glimpse into a New Yorker’s go-to joints and great insider information.

Sign up early as space is limited!

crimpin' dumplin's

Tickets are $85 for adults, $45 for children under 11*

Deven will select all foods for the group.

Please alert the chef to any food allergies when enrolling.

We will be on our feet for  roughly 3 hours but moving at a leisurely pace.
 Wear comfortable shoes and bring water!

There are terrific shops along the way and time allocated to purchase some tasty treasures!

* beverages not included

lotsa laksa

now that's what I'm talking about


One Response to “GRUB CRAWL DETAILS for JULY 24”

  1. Duncan said

    Deven, Today’s Grub Crawl was one of the greatest culinary experiences I have ever had, Your knowledge of the local foods is amazing . It was exciting to see the diversity of food in New York first hand.
    Thank You, Duncan

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