Chow your way through the real New York City in a classic Checker Cab with a pickle man/ cheesemonger/ hot dog vendor/ bread truck driver/ food writer/ licensed tour guide/ cabbie who has eaten it all.     Dave@FamousFatDave.com
  • Decide for yourself who makes the best slice on The Pizza Tour
  • Taste pickles that will make you plotz on a Pickle Tickle Tour
  • Eat like Anthony Bourdain on The Disappearing New York Tour
  • Sample cannoli fit for Clemenza on The Boot of the Boros Tour
  • You can decide the theme or just go for Famous Fat Dave's Faves
 

“Aside from knowing New York City’s streets like the back of his hand, he’s got a firm grip on the under belly of Manhattan” – Anthony Bourdain


 
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How do I catch a ride with Famous Fat Dave?

Email Dave@FamousFatDave.Com to schedule an eating tour in style Mon - Fri, 11 - 630.  

(Please be patient awaiting a response. Limited availability in winter.)

Private Tour Options: 

The Chunky but Funky Monkey Package:

  • 2 to 3 hours
  • 4 to 7 stops
  • 5 to 10 generous tastes

The Junk in the Trunk Package:

  • 4 to 5 hours
  • 7 to 12 stops
  • 10 to 20 generous tastes

The Fat Elvis Package:

  • 6 or more hours
  • 12 or more stops
  • 20 or more generous tastes

*Tour by Classic White Checker Cab with Room for FIVE Eaters:

*Minimum Tour Lasts 2 Hours, Average Tour Lasts 4 Hours

*All Food, Soft Drinks, Gas, Sales Tax, and Parking Tickets Included

*Kids 7 to 10 Ride and Eat Totally FREE

*Also Available: Tour by Minivan with Room for SIX Eaters: $960 For 3 Hours, $120 For Each Additional Hour

“The Ultimate NYC Food Tour” – The BBC      


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