Spring is coming and New York is the city of flowers. For sure, you are happy and you feel like hanging out with family and friends. Streets are beautiful and there are so many funny and interesting events and activities. Enjoy the moment!
Would you like to know about the real American food and to spend a fantastic evening? Then, visit the Tenement Museum and taste a variety of delicious foods from the neighborhood while discovering the influence of immigrant culture on what all Americans eat.
“If you really want to make a friend, go to someone’s house and eat with him… the people who give you their food give you their heart.” Cesar Chavez.
The event starts with a visit to 97 Orchard Street. Afterwards, your group will enjoy best American food with a sit-down in Tenement Museum private dining room overlooking Delancey Street. Taste every meal, all of them are delightful!
The best: while tasting the flavors of the Lower East Side past and present, residents (played by costumed interpreters) will share stories about American most memorable culinary experiences and you will watch interviews of local store owners, who sold the Tenement the foods you’ll be eating.
Learn how immigrants formed the foundation for the America we know today!
This tour is air conditioned… but now we spring is coming!
Tenement Museum: 103 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002
90 Minutes – Ages 8+ – Thursday evenings at 6:30
Adult: $35 Students/Seniors: $30
“I come from a part of New York that was almost entirely immigrants. I was born in America, but all of my friends’ parents, everybody’s parents, including my own, had come to America from Europe.” Christopher Walken.
Enjoy your day, Yareah friends. Art is everywhere and spring is coming!