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Kids Take Manhattan!

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$898 USD *
(For One Person, Double Occupancy)
* Plus taxes. Tours sold on an availability basis.
3 days | 2 nights

A Family-Friendly
Culinary Adventure in NYC

Take your junior foodie on the adventure of a lifetime in America’s culinary capital—New York City! Cooking with kids has myriad benefits, from building math and science skills to developing an appreciation for real ingredients to good, old-fashioned bonding. This edible getaway offers kids and parents the opportunity to take in the culture and cuisine of New York, getting some hands-on kitchen experience along the way. Stay in an award-winning boutique hotel, tour famous landmarks, expand your knowledge of pizza and top it all off with a fanciful meal aboard a landmark cruise. Then, head home and get cooking!

Kids Take Manhattan!

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Itinerary Accommodations Map FAQ Testimonials
Please note: Tour inclusions can change depending upon seasonality and weather conditions.
2 Nights Luxury Accommodations
Breakfast at the Hotel
Hands-On Cooking Class
Brooklyn Pizza Tour & Lunch
Landmark Cruise with Meal
While our tours are designed as soft adventure experiences, walking, climbing stairs, and in rare cases mild hiking may be required. If you have mobility issues, you should speak with one of our culinary travel specialists to determine if this tour is appropriate for your situation.
Year-round Based on Your Travel Dates
Please note: Actual itineraries are subject to change due to seasonality.
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Day 1
Arrival and Check-In Nestled in New York City's fashionable East Side stands a hotel in Manhattan, unique in spirit and steeped in hospitality. The Kimberly Hotel New York provides guests with an intimate and unique experience in timeless elegance. Convenient to Grand Central Terminal, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Times Square, the Theater District, the United Nations, as well as some of the world's most outstanding museums, popular attractions and luxury shopping, The Kimberly Hotel is the ideal destination for a well-earned culinary vacation getaway.
Landmark Dinner Cruise Take to the water to see some of New York’s most iconic and interesting landmarks on this fantastic dinner cruise. You’ll enjoy a leisurely buffet dinner, where the ship’s chefs bring to life fresh, organic ingredients to create elevated cuisine. Get some perspective from the climate controlled cabin or observation deck as you sail past the Statue of Liberty, pass under three bridges and savor the stunning panorama of the Manhattan skyline. This cruise is rife with photo opportunities, so have your camera ready as you experience Ellis Island, the Empire State building and more.
Day 2
Breakfast at Upstairs Head Upstairs to The Kimberly’s 30th-floor rooftop restaurant, complete with jaw-dropping views of the city. Here, you’ll start each morning with a buffet breakfast, intended to energize for you for the activities and exploits ahead!
A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour & Lunch Come for the pizza, stay for the Brooklyn! This fun and educational tour whisks you away from Manhattan to discover all that Brooklyn has to offer. Pizza is certainly the focus here, but you’ll also have the opportunity to learn more about this charming borough through landmarks, iconic neighborhoods and filming locations from popular, New York-set movies. Travel like a VIP in luxurious, climate-controlled busses, stretch your legs at Coney Island and skip the line at two insanely popular pizza joints. When it comes to lunch, there are no difficult decisions to make here—taste both thin-crust, Neapolitan style and decadent Sicilian pizza. By the tour’s end, Brooklyn will have surely stolen a pizza your heart.
Kid-friendly New York Cooking Class Your New York City culinary adventure wouldn’t be complete without a first class, hands-on cooking course. There’s something for every age group and gastronomic interest—classes offered include pizza, sushi, candy and more. Work with the freshest ingredients in a state-of-the-art kitchen taught by a professional chef and enjoyed by recreational culinary students from around the globe. Kids will love having a class tailored to their age and skill level and parents will be happy to gain a sous chef in the kitchen back home!
Day 3
Breakfast at Upstairs Head Upstairs to The Kimberly’s 30th-floor rooftop restaurant, complete with jaw-dropping views of the city. Here, you’ll start each morning with a buffet breakfast, intended to energize for you for the activities and exploits ahead!
Check-Out and Departure Time flies when you’re having so much fun, but alas…it is time to check out and depart this delicious, “Edible Destination.” Remember, you can always extend your stay based on availability. Should you desire an extension, please let your culinary travel specialist know prior to check-in. May your future travels come from sweet dreams, and create tasty memories!
The Kimberly Hotel
The Kimberly Hotel New York provides guests with an intimate and unique experience in timeless elegance. Convenient to Grand Central Terminal, Rockefeller Center, Radio City Music Hall, Times Square, the Theater District, the United Nations, outstanding museums and luxury shopping, The Kimberly is the ideal home base for your family-friendly culinary getaway. Your deluxe guestroom has two double beds, luxuriously appointed with Fretté linens for the most comfortable night’s sleep. Complimentary wifi, Neutrogena bath amenities and on-demand movies and gaming are among the amenities designed to keep you comfortable and happy during your stay. The staff’s commitment to personalized service will set the tone for an exciting and fun NYC adventure!
New York City, NY
What Currency is being quoted?
The Currency Code is listed directly after the published amount. If it states USD, then the quoted price is in United States Dollars. If it states CAD, then the quoted price is in Canadian Dollars. If it states EUR, then the quoted price is in European Union Dollars…etc. However, please note that all charges are processed in USD, and Epitourean’s Merchant Bank automatically calculates the currency conversion on the day of the charge.
What does Double Occupancy mean?
Two persons traveling together, and staying in the same room. Tour prices are normally quoted as “per person, double occupancy” in case two people are traveling together and staying in the same room, but paying separately. The cost of the lodging is also shared by two people, thereby reducing costs. This could be a married couple, two friends or relatives.
What is a Single Supplement?
Whenever a person travels alone, the cost of their lodging cannot be shared by another person. When tour products are priced, they are normally stated as “per person, double occupancy.” Whenever a guest occupies a room as a solo, the whole cost of the lodging must be incurred by that one individual. Tour companies accommodate this by charging a Single Supplement. Epitourean does its best to keep the single supplement as low as possible, but it is a real cost that tour companies must absorb, and must pass along to the single traveler.
If I am a Solo Traveler, will I be paired with another person?
Epitourean never pairs a solo traveler with another person without a special request. If you book Single Occupancy, you will have a room entirely to yourself. However, should you wish to be paired with another solo traveler to save on the single supplement, you may make this request. We cannot guarantee that we can accommodate such requests, since it would take another solo traveling on the same tour for the same dates. But if requested, we will certainly try.
Are flights included in the tour price?
No. Flights are never included in the price of our land-only tours. Epitourean does not provide air, rail or sea travel, unless expressly noted in the itinerary.
May I give a culinary tour as a gift?
Yes. Epitourean has a special program designed specifically for this purpose. Our Gift Packages come with features such as special messages to the recipient, gift box option, gift link (without pricing), and floating dates (should you not know when the gift recipient wants to travel). Contact a Culinary Travel Specialist at 800-390-3292 or to receive additional information about this unique offering.
May we request separate beds if sharing a room?
Yes. In most cases, Epitourean can accommodate a request for two beds to be placed in one room. Just make sure to make this request in the comments section of the reservation process.
Does each guestroom have a private bathroom?
Yes. Epitourean partners with the best lodging options in each destination, and private (en suite) bathrooms are a requirement. However, you should inquire as to the configuration of bathrooms should you have a special need. For example, some tours include accommodations in medieval villages, where either a shower or bath(but maybe not both) are present.
Can your tours accommodate my dietary restrictions?
In almost all cases, Epitourean can accommodate dietary choices and restrictions. But we do request that you ask a Culinary Travel Specialist prior to making your reservation so that we can assess your individual situation.
If I am unable to use a portion of the tour, can I get a partial refund?
Unfortunately, due to vendor and supplier contracts, we are unable to provide partial refunds for unused portions of any tour or tour component.
Are Transfers included in the Itinerary?
Round-trip transfers from the airport or train station are normally included in our international tours. Transfers to the destination (for both international and domestic tours) are not included in the tour price. Please see the Sample Itinerary. If it mentions that transfers are included, then yes, transfers are included at no additional cost.
What meals and excursions are included in the tour?
The Sample Itinerary should be your reference. If the meal or excursion is described in the Sample Itinerary, then it is included at no additional charge. For those days where it expressly notes Free time, then any optional activities you elect to participate in might have an additional cost. In addition, if the itinerary states "evening on your own," it would imply that you have the opportunity to visit a restaurant of your own choosing, and at your own expense. If you have any question about inclusions, please submit an inquiry by clicking on the blue "Ask Us a Question" button under the price section.
Is it possible to book pre or post tours or stays through Edible Destinations?
Yes, we often do have optional 2 and 3 night excursions that are priced separately from the tour. We can also assist with pre and post night stays in a hotel if you choose to come in early before the tour starts, or stay on after a tour ends. The price of those hotel stays are not included in the price of the tour, but we would be happy to provide a quote. Simply ask your Culinary Travel Specialist, or submit an inquiry by clicking on the blue "Ask Us a Question" button.
Are Guide or Host Gratuities included in the price of the tour?
Since tipping guidelines and customs vary widely between countries, we do not include gratuities in the price of the tour. Your Culinary Travel Specialist can provide you with recommendations. But the general rule is to tip modestly when you are pleased with a guide’s services, either at the end of the tour, or at the conclusion of a specialty day excursion where you will only be with that guide (or chef) on that day.
Should we plan on any personal expenses during the tour?
All lodging, meals, transfers, classes and excursions mentioned in the Sample Itinerary and Vacation Highlights are included in the price of the tour. However, we highly recommend taking local currency for purchasing personal items, souvenirs, tipping, etc. You can either get the local currency at an airport exchange service, ATM or from your local bank prior to travel. However, you should note that many hosted destinations do not accept credit cards for personal purchases.
Do you recommend Travel Protection?
We recommend that you purchase a travel protection plan to help protect you and your travel investment against the unexpected. Travel protection plans can include coverage for Trip Cancellation, Trip Interruption, Emergency Medical and Emergency Evacuation/Repatriation, Trip Delay, Baggage Delay and more. For more information on the available plans or to enroll, click on the link below or contact Travelex Insurance Services at 800-228-9792 and reference location number 06-0248. The product descriptions provided here are only brief summaries and may be changed without notice. The full coverage terms and details, including limitations and exclusions, are contained in the insurance policy. Travelex CA Agency License #0D10209. All products listed are underwritten by, Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance Company (formerly known as Stonewall Insurance Company), 1314 Douglas Street, Suite 1400, Omaha, NE 68102. 11.17 E7N
Just wanted to tell you how wonderful our NY trip was. Kids really enjoyed all of it and just went with the flow. No major problems at all. The Hotel was lovely and very accommodating and the doorman was always so gracious and helpful in getting cabs. We loved the trip to Brooklyn and the pizza. Marc, the tour guide, was exceptional. He really brought the kids out with different stories and info. The 3 grandkids that went to the cooking class enjoyed it and said they'd do it again. We did the carriage ride in the Park, and the double-decker bus ride and again, the tour guide was fun, interesting and informative. The weather was just perfect. 3 of us walked up to the TODAY show and made the camera for a microsecond. "Matilda" the play was very good.
Theresa - April 2016
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