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Carlow Cookery welcomes you to explore different culinary points of interest with us. In addition to our popular New York City Gourmet Markets Tour, we’ll be expanding our selection of trips to include both guided tours and lunch-and-learn walking tours. Destinations include Upstate New York, Philadelphia, New York City and South Jersey. Each trip will have its own unique style and flavor so keep checking the website for new additions. Please be sure to thoroughly read the description or call the store for time, location, and cancellation policy for each trip.

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NYC Gourmet Markets/Little Italy's Feast of San Gennaro   8am to 6pm
Enjoy the great gourmet shops of the city and the excitement of one of the oldest festivals in NYC.
Sunday, 09/17/17
Join us for a day of food and shopping in New York City. This gourmet markets tour takes you to some of New York's hottest food markets and neighborhoods. You'll be provided with detailed information about what to look for at each stop and your guide will be able to assist you with any questions your might have. We'll travel around the city in a comfortable coach, allowing you to relax and enjoy.

Our first stop is Mario Batali's Eataly, an $18 million, fifty thousand square foot market in Manhattan's Flat Iron district that is based on a store in Italy of the same name. The market sells hard to find versions of pasta, cheese, meat, salami, game and produce as well as an astonishing collection of Italian wines. You'll have extra time at Eataly to enjoy a meal at one of their numerous restaurants or a cheese plate, panini or gelato at one the counters. Since it’s opening Eataly has become a must-see New York attraction.

From there, we'll make our way over to Little Italy in Manhattan to enjoy the Annual Feast of San Gennaro, a celebration of the Patron Saint of Naples. First celebrated in New York City on September 19, 1926 by newly arrived immigrants from Naples, the Feast of San Gennaro was a traditional celebration in Naples the saint who was martyred for the faith. Each year it is celebrated with parades, music and incredible food.

We'll leave the city around 3:45 p.m. to head back to the store while enjoying snacks and beverages on the ride home. Feel free to bring coolers but act fast, spaces are limited.
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NYC Markets Tour: Eataly and More   8am to 6pm
A great day of shopping and eating with stops at Dean & Deluca, Eataly and Zabars
Saturday, 09/30/17
Join us for a great day of shopping and eating in the heart of New York City. In addition to two our traditionally popular stops we're incorporated and an exciting and delicious new one. The trip is packed with great places to explore including:

Dean and Deluca: An institution in SoHo that is a feast for the senses. You can shop in an environment where expert customer service and culinary excellence reign. Convenience doesn't equal compromise there - whether you take home a dinner that satisfies your cravings for artfully prepared foods or one of the condiments or sauces to use in your own creation, you will not be disappointed.

Flat Iron District: Explore Eataly, a massive Italian market and restaurant complex. A spin-off of an operation by the same name just outside of Turin, Italy, the store is a local mecca for foodies. In addition to six full-service restaurants it offers a dizzying array of Italian specialty products, fresh fish and meats, impeccable produce and a full wine store.

Union Square Greenmarket: Want to walk off lunch? It's an easy stroll down Broadway to Union Square Park, home to the city's largest greenmarket and where you'll find farm-fresh produce, whole-grain baked goods, fresh cheeses, and many other specialty foods from Upstate New York and Pennsylvania's Amish farms.

Upper West Side: A great section of Broadway that is home to Zabars, Citarella and Fairway Markets. Each is chock full of the best seafood and beef, cheese from around the world, prepared foods, and a myriad of tasty condiments.

The day starts at 7:30am in Carlow Cookery with coffee and Danish. We'll board a comfortable coach and head for the city at 8am. We'll leave the city around 4pm to return to the store. Please feel free to bring coolers for the goodies you collect along the way. Book now, seats are limited.
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