Noshwalks

Noshwalks offer the most comprehensive ethnic food tours of NYC, covering all five boroughs! See www.noshwalks.com for the current schedule and further information.

Custom tours are also available! Photo albums of various Noshwalks and of Noshwalks owner Myra Alperson's food-related travels can be viewed by clicking the profile photo and then clicking the word "albums." Enjoy!

04/06/2022

Hi, folks.

I'm soon going to post a few public tours as well as opportunities to join what I'll call "Explora-Noshwalks," where we'll walk Noshwalk routes that I haven't covered in a while, or some new planned routes, for which I'll charge less than the regular tours. However, tastes will NOT included, nor will maps. Any thoughts?

Tourism is way up in NYC now - but so, apparently, is the new strain of COVID. I hope you're all staying cautious, masked in public spaces (especially mass transit), and, if eligible, getting your boosters!

Myra

A Walker in the City 03/24/2022

A Walker in the City

The late CCNY sociologist William Helmreich wore out many pairs of shoes walking the blocks of every borough of NYC, writing extensively about it. The 2013 attached article from The New Yorker describes Helmreich's Bronx explorations - and the wonderful discoveries he made. I feel much the same way when he head to different neighborhoods there - it's the new frontier of great food finds in a city where so many folk are competing to find them!

Sadly, Helmreich was one of the first victim's of the vicious first wave of COVID two years ago. But he left us a great legacy. https://www.newyorker.com/books/page-turner/a-walker-in-the-city?fbclid=IwAR2PZhMs4IOgJkk7KYwGXuZNU8NYe9LCTs82cT9ZUkXkYKjJNnjS3Po5AEQ

A Walker in the City Over the past four years, William Helmreich, a sixty-seven-year-old professor of sociology at CUNY, has walked almost every street in New York City: a …

03/21/2022

Hi, friends! I'm just now thinking about how to plan for 2022. Any suggestions/ideas/thoughts? Concerns about COVID are shaping my thinking, which means I could limit the size of my groups. On the other hand, with rising food prices, I will have to charge more. So I welcome any input you might have! Thanks.

The War Back Home 03/21/2022

The War Back Home

Dear friends:

I think of Noshwalks as being more than just food tours - but an opportunity to get more insights into the neighborhoods of the city, including the impact of immigration, access to ingredients, the nurturing of small businesses, and much ore. So you can imagine that recent terrible events in Ukraine have made me anxious about the Brighton Beach community - long also known as Little Odessa, the major port city in Ukraine. This article will give you some insights.

In the meantime, I'm just starting to think about Noshwalks for 2022. The past two years I've led a handful of public tours and quite a few private ones. I'm probably still going to offer limited public tours as well as private ones (I'm available any time for these).

Please let me know your thoughts.

The War Back Home In Brooklyn’s Little Odessa, residents keep a close eye on what’s happening in Ukraine

New item by Myra Alperson 12/11/2021

New item by Myra Alperson

My question was WHY? The answer... I guess you gotta do something with all the broken "authentic" cannoli shells. Saw this yesterday when I was "pre-walking" the route for the Dyker Heights Noshwalk on December 18.

New item by Myra Alperson

Photos from Noshwalks's post 12/09/2021

Dear fellow noshers:

My last public Noshwalk of 2021 is on Saturday, December 18, in Dyker Heights, Brooklyn, to view its famous holiday light displays. Unlike the vast majority of tours to this area, mine starts before dusk so that we arrive just when it's getting dark and before the crowds descend. I hope you'll join!

Here's the blurb from www.noshwalks.com:

DYKER HEIGHTS HOLIDAY LIGHTS (Brooklyn)
Saturday, December 18, 2021

You've heard about the lights - they're extraordinary! Now see them with Noshwalks, combining a great food experience to keep you full and warm both before and after we see the lights. We’ll start with cannoli at an old-time bakery, have some Guatemalan specialties, then stop at a block of Italian markets where we’ll taste home-made mozzarella, prosciutto bread and olives, and then head towards the famed blocks of Dyker heights where there seems to be a great competition to find out which house has the most elaborate decorations.

After our roundabout, we’ll stop at another great bakery to warm ourselves sup and finish at a wonderful pizzeria for Italian specialties. (The owners usually also put out holiday cookies, amaretto and whiskey, and request a modest donation if you choose to partake.)

There’s one more treat before we conclude the tour, but I’m not revealing it here. This tour also stops at a supermarket with several sections of well-priced Italian specialties. As with all Noshwalks, we recommend that you bring a backpack with space for purchases!

MEETING TIME: 3:00 PM

MEETING PLACE: Meet at Cannoli Plus, 6903 New Utrecht Avenue.
DIRECTIONS: Take the D train to 71st Street, exit at 69th Street. (As always, check www.mta.info in case of weekend route changes).

FEE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

Register at www.noshwalks.com

MEETING TIME: 3:00 PM

MEETING PLACE: Meet at Cannoli Plus, 6903 New Utrecht Avenue.

DIRECTIONS: Take the D train to 71st Street, exit at 69th Street. (As always, check www.mta.info in case of weekend route changes).

FEE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

Photos from Noshwalks's post 10/27/2021

Many of you know that I'm very involved in developing food tours in the Bronx. One of my favorites = Parkchester and Beyond - is coming up on Saturday, November 6. Here's the description from www.noshwalks.com, along with past photos of that tour!

NOSH THE BRONX: Parkchester & Beyond
Saturday, November 6, 2021

Sharing the rich neighborhood histories, cultures and delicious food of the Bronx has been my priority in recent years - and this tour is full of surprises! Experience both cultural and culinary treasures, including tastes of Bangladesh, Mexico, Yemen... and more (does a 100-year-old Italian bakery entice you?) and fascinating history! This tour starts at a landmark bank building with spectacular murals.

MEETING TIME: 12 Noon

MEETING PLACE: Meet in front of Apple Bank, 74 Hugh J. Grant Circle (opposite the #6 train station).

DIRECTIONS: Take the #6 train (elevated in the Bronx) to Parkchester. You'll see the bank once you exit: It's in a landmarked self-contained building.

FEE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

Photos from Noshwalks's post 10/06/2021

Join me on Sunday, October 17, as we nosh our way through Sheepshead Bay & Brighton Beach. Here are the details (from www.noshwalks.com): Sheepshead Bay/Brighton Beach (Brooklyn)

Sunday, October 17, 2021
A Festival of Food!

Memorialized by Neil Simon in his Brighton Beach Memoirs, this neighborhood, plus Sheepshead Bay, offer the best of New York by combining delicious food and a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. Coney Island is within walking distance, so you can head there (as well as to the Coney Island Aquarium) after the tour. (The famous Cyclone roller coaster and Parachute Jump are visible from the Boardwalk.) We will, however, begin in Sheepshead Bay, where we'll we’ll delicious Turkish and Georgian tastes to get us going, visit a huge and beautiful market, and then take a picturesque walk (and work up an appetite) towards Brighton Beach. Additional tastes include Uzbek, Russian and Ukrainian flavors. We conclude with a sit-down at a Turkish café for baklava. Bring an extra tote bag or have space in your backpack: It’s a shopper’s paradise with some of the best produce and prepared foods you’ll see in New York City.

MEETING TIME: 12 Noon

MEETING PLACE: Meet at Portokali Market, 1509 Sheepshead Bay Road. Map it

DIRECTIONS: Take the Q train to Sheepshead Bay and turn east. You will see Portakali shortly after you exit. There's a shop of packaged goods as well as a product shop.

FEE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

Register on line at www.noshwalks.com

Any questions? Send a TEXT (do not leave a phone message) to 212-222-2243, or email me at [email protected]

Photos from Noshwalks's post 10/06/2021

Hello, Bonjour, Buenas Dias, Shalom, Salaam, and more! I've been spending much of my time lately revisiting Noshwalks neighborhoods, on my own, with friends, leading private tours as well as a few scheduled Noshwalks. Private tours are the best way to walk with me these days, since I can tailor them to your specific needs.

Where have I gone? Well, Ridgewood, Queens, and Bensonhurst, Brooklyn were the two most recent. I've been to Belmont/Arthur Avenue, multiple times, in several cases leading private tours. (To my distress, I learned that Calandra Cheese, one of my favorite places, closed down. The owners had rented a second space to create a retail market and apparently couldn't handle both. A big loss!) Washington Heights, where I live, always challenges me. Just when I think I've mastered it, I approach a few new blocks and discover another place - and, of course, it's rich in history as well as culture. (PS - brag alert- I saw Lin-Manuel Miranda yesterday n Bennett Park. He really does life in the nabe.) I've revisited East Harlem, where I replaced our stop at a French bakery with one owned by a Jordanian couple - a wonderful find. My Corona Noshwalk coincided with the reopening of the Louis Armstrong House Museum - and what did we see? A brand new education building across the street (not yet open when I was there). I've been to Jackson Heights and Sunnyside and Astoria. I haven't yet gotten to Flushing - that's coming soon! I've also been to Sunset Park Greenpoint (for Fish Friday), and Bay Ridge. There's a Brooklyn neighborhood I plan to check out soon to see if there's a tour in it. Don't know yet...

And I've been to Peruvian Paterson and Middle Eastern Paterson - separate trips because trying to do both in a day is too much!

And on Sunday, October 17, I will be taking folks to Sheepshead Bay and Brighton Beach, a neighborhood I've gone to several times for its wonderful markets, a great Georgian bakery near the end of the walk, and the cathartic stroll on the Boardwalk beside the Atlantic Ocean! I will post details in a separate posting.

I have been fortunate to have led a number of private tours in recent months. Following COVID guidelines - being truly careful and respectful - we have been able to support neighborhoods that really need it! I prefer private tours, which I can tailor to customer needs, so let me know if you are interested and I will work with you!

Here are a few photos from past and recent Noshwalks...

09/24/2021

Hi, folks. I have a lot of catching up to do on this page - forthcoming. Meanwhile, on impulse, I've decided to go to Greenpoint today to check out Firsh Friday ar Acme Smoked Fish - open to retail sales Friday only (great prices) from 7 AM to 1 PM. I have to leave soon! DM me if you'd like to meet in Greenpoint for a post-Acme lunch. Go there first! I know this is a long shot, but I'll be on my way soon! 30 Gem Street. Nassau Ave on the G line is the closest stop.

Photos from Noshwalks's post 08/29/2021

My next Noshwalk is "In the Heights," a celebration of my home neighborhood of Washington Heights and the focus of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical.

Herenare the details from www.noshwalks.com:

IN THE HEIGHTS NOSHWALK - Northern Version
(Washington Heights, MANHATTAN)

Sunday, September 12, 2021

Saw the movie? See the sights - and eat the food! Your guide Myra lives in the Heights and knows the terrain well! We'll have Dominican, Salvadoran, Venezuelan and Russian tastes -piraguas if we see them, but I assure you there are plenty of other wonderful treats - AND history! This version of the In the Heights Noshwalk covers the northern half of the Heights. Are you interested in the southern version? Let me know and I'll add it to the schedule! That tour would include a historic site where Lin-Manuel Miranda penned some of his smash musical Hamilton!

MEETING TIME: 12 Noon

MEETING PLACE: Meet at J. Hood Wright Park, 175th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. Map it

DIRECTIONS: Take the A train to 175th Street, sit in back if you're northbound. Tour will end equidistant from the A and 1 trains.

FEE: $58 for adults; $20 for children ages 6 to 12; Free for children under 6. All tastes are included, but beverages are not!

Nach Waxman, Founder of a Bookstore Where Foodies Flock, Dies at 84 08/11/2021

Nach Waxman, Founder of a Bookstore Where Foodies Flock, Dies at 84

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/08/07/dining/nach-waxman-dead.html

RIP to a wonderful and generous man who operated such a fun bookstore! When I was still publishing my newsletter, Noshnews (24 issues!), Nach let me leave copies there and was always welcoming. He and some friends attended a custom tour of Jackson Heights many years ago.

Nach Waxman, Founder of a Bookstore Where Foodies Flock, Dies at 84 A “kitchen anthropologist,” he created a mecca in Manhattan for chefs, writers, scholars, everyday cooks and anyone else who is, well, hungry for culinary knowledge.

New video by Myra Alperson 07/26/2021

New video by Myra Alperson

I'm leading a Noshwalk in East Harlem on SUNDAY, August 8, to celebrate the annual Dance of the Giglio (see www.noshwalks.com for details). I always "pre-walk" my tours, especially now, with the long lapse in time since I last led this tour, and some things have changed! Salsa Saturday is a new neighborhood innovation - it's at 112th Street and Park Avenue just south of La Marqueta under the Metronorth overpass. The music was so lively and the crowds so "into" it that I thought the music was live. There were also food tables. Great fun! We won't see this on the day of the tour but we'll see lots of other great stuff! See photos in a separate post!

New video by Myra Alperson

Across Borders and Divides, One ‘Heavenly’ Refresher Cools Summer Heat 07/18/2021

Across Borders and Divides, One ‘Heavenly’ Refresher Cools Summer Heat

Sounds fascinating! I know that Kalustyan's has it, and I'm sure the larger markets in Jackson Heights do as well. Curious to find out if there's a sugar-free version, too!

https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/07/business/india-drink-rooh-afza.html

Across Borders and Divides, One ‘Heavenly’ Refresher Cools Summer Heat India, Pakistan and Bangladesh alike enjoy the sweet and herbal taste of Rooh Afza, a beverage that has endured the region’s turbulent history. Now it is aiming for the palates of a new generation.

07/04/2021

Dear friends:

After much delay, I am over-the-moon happy to relaunch Noshwalks! There will be one public tour per month in addition to ongoing private tours. In keeping with pandemic requirements, I am taking vaccinated customers only! You must show proof of vaccination! Also, please bring a mask in case places we are entering require masks. We are in a period of transition in New York as well as a state of awareness of a virus variant, so we must take all measures to protect ourselves and each other!

Here is the schedule:

SATURDAY, JULY 10 - CORONA, QUEENS
:Celebrating Satchmo and the United Nations of Corona!

My inaugural 2021 tour coincides with the celebration of the life of Louis Armstrong at a block party at the Louis Armstrong House Museum that day! (I have reserved spots for our group; although the block party is free, admission is limited.) We will do tasting before and after (Ecuadorean, Mexican, Colombian, Italian - and, yes, a stop at the Lemon Ice King of Corona!). We will conclude at newly-renovated Corona Plaza, a world unto itself!

PRICE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee, but please note that at Lemon Ice King, we will share tastes (don't worry - you'll have your own small cup and spoon); you will be responsible for a personal serving. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

MEETING TIME & PLACE: 12 noon in front of Cafe con Leche Bakery - 102-03 Roosevelt Avenue. Take the #7 train to 103rd Street. (As always, please check www.mta.info for any alerts affecting this stop on the day of the tour. The closest express stop is Junction Boulevard.)

***

SUNDAY, AUGUST 8, 2021:EAST HARLEM
THE DANCE OF THE GIGLIO... and much, much more!

The Dance of the Giglio is a tradition among New York's Italian community that dates back to the late 19th century... but in Italy it dates back even more centuries! We will incorporate a visit to the site of this "dance" with delicious tastings in the neighborhood, starting with tastes of West Africa and moving on to Mexico, Puerto Rico, Italy and France! GIglio is Italian for lily, and it's an important symbol in the story of the saints who are celebrated. The so-called giglio structure is a multi-ton tower carried by over 100 "lifters" on a wooden platform that ALSO features a brass band! You have to see it to believe it - and it's great fun. I guarantee that this year the celebration will be cathartic after our many months of being indoors and not interacting with each other! Be ready for joy!

PRICE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

MEETING TIME & PLACE: Noon in front of the Malcolm Shabazz Harlem Market, 52 West 116th Street between 5th Avenue and Malcolm X Boulevard/Lenox Avenue. Take the 2 or 3 train to 116th Street and walk 1/2 block east or the #6 train to 116th Street/Lexington Avenue and walk 3 1/2 short blocks to the market. (As always, please check www.mta.info in case of route changes.)

***

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 - IN THE HEIGHTS NOSHWALK
Northern Washington Heights, Manhattan

Saw the movie? See the sights - and eat the food! Your guide Myra lives in the Heights and knows the terrain well! We'll have Dominican, Salvadoran, Venezuelan and Russian tastes -piraguas if we see them, but I assure you there are plenty of other wonderful treats - AND history! This version of the In the Heights Noshwalk covers the northern half of the Heights. Are you interested in the southern version? Let me know and I'll add it to the October schedule! It includes a historic site where Lin-Manuel Miranda penned some of his smash musical Hamilton!

PRICE: $58 for adults; $20 for children ages 6 to 12; Free for children under 6. All tastes are included, but beverages are not!

MEETING TIME AND PLACE: Noon at entrance to J. Hood Wright Park, 175th Street and Fort Washington Avenue. Take the A train to 175th Street, sit in back if your northbound. Tour will end equidistant from the A and 1 trains.

***

SUNDAY, October 17, 2021: Sheepshead Bay/Brighton Beach, Brooklyn
A Festival of Food!

Memorialized by Neil Simon in his Brighton Beach Memoirs, this neighborhood, plus Sheepshead Bay, offer the best of New York by combining delicious food and a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean. Coney Island is within walking distance, so you can head there (as well as to the Coney Island Aquarium) after the tour. (The famous Cyclone roller coaster and Parachute Jump are visible from the Boardwalk.) We will, however, begin in Sheepshead Bay, where we'll we’ll delicious Turkish and Georgian tastes to get us going, visit a huge and beautiful market, and then take a picturesque walk (and work up an appetite) towards Brighton Beach. Additional tastes include Uzbek, Russian and Ukrainian flavors. We conclude with a sit-down at a Turkish café for baklava. Bring an extra tote bag or have space in your backpack: It’s a shopper’s paradise with some of the best produce and prepared foods you’ll see in New York City.

PRICE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

MEETING TIME & PLACE: noon at Portokali Market, 1509 Sheepshead Bay Road. Take the Q train to Sheepshead Bay and turn east. You will see Portakali shortly after you exit. There's a shop of packaged goods as well as a product shop.

***

SATURDAY, November 6: Nosh the Bronx:
Parkchester & Beyond

Sharing the rich neighborhood histories, cultures and delicious food of the Bronx has been my priority in recent years - and this tour is full of surprises! Experience both cultural and culinary treasures, including tastes of Bangladesh, Mexico, Yemen... and more (does a 100-year-old Italian bakery entice you?) and fascinating history!

PRICE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

MEETING TIME AND PLACE: Noon in front of Apple Bank, 74 Hugh J. Grant Circle (opposite the #6 train station). Take the #6 train (elevated in the Bronx) to Parkchester. You'll see the bank once you exit: It's in a landmarked self-contained building.
***

ATURDAY, December 18, 2021: Dyker Heights, Brooklyn
Dyker Heights, Holiday Lights

u've heard about the lights - they're extraordinary! Now see them with Noshwalks, combining a great food experience to keep you full and warm both before and after we see the lights. We’ll start with cannoli at an old-time bakery, have some Guatemalan specialties, then stop at a block of Italian markets where we’ll taste home-made mozzarella, prosciutto bread and olives, and then head towards the famed blocks of Dyker heights where there seems to be a great competition to find out which house has the most elaborate decorations. After our roundabout, we’ll stop at another great bakery to warm ourselves sup and finish at a wonderful pizzeria for Italian specialties. (The owners usually also put out holiday cookies, amaretto and whiskey, and request a modest donation if you choose to partake.) There’s one more treat before we conclude the tour, but I’m not revealing it here. This tour also stops at a supermarket with several sections of well-priced Italian specialties. As with all Noshwalks, we recommend that you bring a backpack with space for purchases!

PRICE: $58 per adult; $20 for children 6 to 12: Free for children under 6. All tastes are included in the fee. BEVERAGES ARE NOT INCLUDED!

EETING TIME & PLACE: 3 PM at Cannoli Plus, 6903 New Utrecht Avenue. Take the D train to 71st Street, exit at 69th Street. (As always, check www.mta.info in case of weekend route changes).

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900 W 190th St, # 16D
New York, NY
10040-3681

General information

If you're interested in going beyond the typical foodie-tour destinations of Chinatown, Chelsea Market, the Lower East Side and Greenwich Village, Noshwalks will take you to destinations elsewhere in Manhattan and in the other four boroughs that have delicious, authentic food at very good prices. (Noshwalks DOES have Lower East Side and Chinatown tours - but we have our own special take on these neighborhoods.) The tours visits restaurants, bakeries, markets, cafes and more - including, occasionally, non-food stores and cultural venues. The tours include neighborhood history, and information on architectural and cultural highlights.

These are truly "stretching" experiences for New Yorkers and visitors to New York who wants something different. Please see my Web site for a full description of the neighborhoods Noshwalks go to. At present, I am developing more tours in the Bronx and expanding the palette of tours within the other boroughs. My 2016 schedule offers tours in every borough and new "Nosh New Jersey" tours in Newark's Ironbound and Jersey City's Journal Square neighborhoods. We're also doing much more in the Bronx.

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