You’ve seen the incredible chocolate featured on Brooklyn’s very first Chocolate Bus Tour.
As you know, you’ll visit 4 of the best chocolatiers in NYC, if not the world, including:
- Jacques Torres
- The Chocolate Room
- Raaka Chocolate
- Li-Lac Chocolates
But did you know you’ll see some of the best views the city has to offer, visit unique neighborhoods and create friends and memories that will last a lifetime?
Here’s more of what to expect on our Brooklyn Chocolate Tour!
Friends, Fun and Laughter!
One of the magical things about our tours is the memories you’ll create with friends, family and the new friends you’ll make on the bus.
We can’t be responsible for all the fun you’ll have on the tour either. After all, 4 hours of chocolate tasting is nothing BUT fun!
The Best View of the Statue of Liberty!
Did you know one of the best views of Lady Liberty herself can be seen right from Brooklyn?
We’ll take you to Valentino Pier in the Red Hook section of Brooklyn where you’ll get an incredible front-facing view of the Statue of Liberty. You’ll hop off the bus, stretch your legs and walk off some of those chocolate tasting calories for one of the greatest photo opportunities during your visit to NYC!
(Your friends back home will be so jealous.)
See New Parts of Brooklyn!
When you go on a tour with guides like ours who are native Brooklynites, you’ll get the chance to see places and do things that most folks visiting NYC don’t get to. Check out neighborhoods such as Industry City, Red Hook, Cobble Hill and Gowanus all while seeing architecture, landmarks and views that’ll have you writing home to Mom that you’re never coming home!
Then there’s the chocolate (of course)
The chocolate you’ll sample on this tour will absolutely blow you away, and that’s a promise.
So what are you waiting for? A Slice of Brooklyn Chocolate Tour is the sweetest time you can have in Brooklyn! And if you purchase a gift certificate then it makes the perfect holiday gift for friends and family as well!
(Special thanks to NYC, Style & Cannoli & Lousevette Munoz for images.)