Alcohol. Because no great story ever started with coffee.
This tour starts with a perfectly made prohibition era cocktail, takes us to see some of the most inspiring New York City landmarks and ends with another cocktail.
• We meet at the Blue Bar of the historic Algonquin Hotel to enjoy a cocktail prepared by some of the best bartenders in the city in the place made famous in the 1920s by Dorothy Parker and the notorious Vicious Circle.
• We'll walk to see Broadway and the Times Square, the Chrysler Building, the New York Public Library, the Bryant Park, the Empire State Building and the magnificent Grand Central Terminal.
• I'll leave you at the Oyster Bar, a New York dining institution, famed for its oysters, chowders and, of course, martinis.
Stories are included, drinks are not!
Like most true citizens of this fantastic city I wasn't born here. For that matter, I wasn't even born in the United States ! But hey, about a third of New Yorkers weren't born here either. I fell in love with New York the moment I set foot here - it's been over 20 years now. My fascination with New York's streets, buildings, people and stories made me become a NYC tour guide. What I love about New York is its unique energy, its ever changing streetscape and its absolutely fascinating and inexhaustible history. I hope to share it with you! Full profile ⋅ Leave a Review
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