About the Taste of Williamsburg: Sunday Funday
Want to explore Williamsburg, Brooklyn, tag along with an expert, and have an awesome Sunday? Then Taste of Williamsburg: Sunday Funday is for you.
Like A Local Tours are unique excursions are led by seasoned residents of Williamsburg itself. These are people who know the lay of the land and who are super-passionate about food, sites and the hippest trends -- and who can’t wait to share their experience and knowledge with you. So you’re getting a true insider’s POV.
Like A Local’s Taste of Williamsburg: Sunday Funday is just as fab as it sounds: You’ll hit all the hot spots in Williamsburg itself, with tastings galore and plenty of shops, street art, food shops and spectacular city views thrown in for good measure. Famous street art works will be pointed out.
Here’s the scoop: Williamsburg is known as hipster heaven. You can judge for yourself, but you’ll certainly see this nabe through a local’s eyes (Hipster or not? You be the judge). You’ll get some delicious local eats in select tastings. You’ll visit one-of-a-kind boutiques and meet the designers themselves. You’ll tour the Brooklyn waterfront, with its knockout views of the Manhattan skyline. You’ll hear all about the history of the neighborhood (and learn about what’s happening next). And do brewery and winery tours, learning all about the neighborhood's Brewer’s Row, which was the home to more than 45 beer-making facilities at the turn of the century.
All in all, this is a bohemian paradise: food, lore, fun. If you want a first-hand account of Williamsburg, this is the tour. Food and booze are included in the ticket price.
The tour lasts three hours and includes food and snacks.
Good for kids?
Leave the little ones with a sitter. This tour includes stops where I.D. is required, so the juniors won’t get in.
Did you know?
Though in Brooklyn, Williamsburg is just across the East River from lower Manhattan and is a bustling neighborhood of happening food, indie rock and hipster culture.
Don’t let the hipster vibe put you off: Anyone’s welcome here, and there’s plenty to see. This neighborhood is also home to a wide range of ethnic cultures, from Italian to Dominican.
Brewer’s Row was dubbed the “beer capital of the northeast” in the late 1800s. By 1976, the last brewery had closed its doors. In recent years, the neighborhood and Brooklyn have seen a resurgence of breweries.
Outside of Station Restaurant Location Information:
166 N 7th St.
Brooklyn, NY 11211
L to Bedford Ave.