I started this blog with one daughter, kept it up with the other, to spend time together doing something we enjoyed.
However, things change and people evolve. My daughters are older, busier, and not as interested in writing.
From now on this blog will be mostly mom with occasional contributions from my daughters and maybe even my husband.
Nothing else will change. We'll still focus on sharing fun places to go, fun things to do, and more, and we would  still love to hear your views too

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Where-To-Go Wednesday - Scott's Pizza Tours: LES/East Village Pizza Walk

We were given a free Scott's Pizza Tour for review purposes. Any and all opinions expressed here are our own.

What: Scott's Pizza Tours: LES/East Village Pizza Walk

Where: Starts at Gnoccho
              337 E. 10th St.
              New York, NY

Who: Teens and Up
Me - Scott's Pizza Tours: LES/East Village Pizza tour was delicious! Our tour guide was nice. She was very friendly and informative.  On the tour, we got to eat pizza and learn about the history of pizza. It was tasty and interesting. A lot of food tours have all different foods, but this one was just places with pizza. We went to three different pizza parlors. The last one was Joe's pizza. We got to see the pizza ovens in two of the three places. They were both different. In the first place, we also got to see the pizza being made. It surprised me that they didn't spread the cheese they just dropped it on in big clumps. In the first place, the pizza was really thin. In the second place, the pizza was a little thicker. In the third place, the pizza was the thickest by far. That one was most like the pizza that I usually have. My favorite part of the tour was getting to eat pizza. People who like pizza would love this tour.
Mom - If love pizza, and you want to try a unique food tour, you should take one of Scott's Pizza tours. Unlike most food tours where you get to sample a lot of foods, Scott's pizza's tours is all about pizza. Also, on most tours, you get to try small samples of each of the various foods. On a Scott's Pizza Tour, you get to sample three whole slices of pizza so it is like getting a whole meal. You may even get an extra slice depending on how many people are on the tour. Also, on most food tours you don't really talk that much about the food you try, on a Scott's pizza tours talking about the different pizzas and comparing and contrasting them is not only encouraged, it's a big part of the tour. You are even given a little notebook to write about your pizza experiences in. If you are not a big fan of walking,  you still may enjoy one of Scott's  pizza tours. There is walking involved, but not as much as on some other walking tours since you are only visiting three locations. There are is also more sitting on Scott's Pizza Tours because two out of the three locations you will get to sit and eat. However, these tours are not just about eating. During the course of the tour your knowledgeable guide will fill you in on such things as the history of pizza and what makes different pizza different. The tour is not very good for very young children. They might enjoy the pizza eating, but they probably wouldn't like the walking, and talking and listening. Older children, however, would love it especially those that love pizza. Scott's Pizza tours are every pizza lover's dream come true.
For more about Scott's Pizza Tours or to sign up for a tour visit www.scottspizzatours.com/tours. Keep in mind that the tour we have described here is the tour which we participated in, the LES/East Village Walk Tour. Other tours may vary slightly.

And that's our view. Tune in tomorrow for Theater Thursday.

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