The New York Times writes about Cape May Food Tours
Coming for ‘Cake Boss’ and Finding More
Liz Perez, at the Antique Bakery.
By KELLY FEENEY
Published: August 31, 2012: Print
A sampling of food tours: CAPE MAY Cape May Food Tours, which started last month, are guided walking tours of two-and-a-half to three hours, making six stops at restaurants and a specialty shop for tastings. Year-round except January; through the end of the year, tours are scheduled for Thursday through Sunday. Information and tickets ($45): www.capemayfoodtours.com.
NEWARK Daniel Rosati, a cooking instructor who also runs culinary travel programs in Italy, leads walking tours of the Ironbound, known for its Portuguese cuisine. For groups of 8 to 18 people, the tour, which runs about four hours, includes visits to a butcher and to purveyors of fish, wine, and pastry. The price, $95 a person, includes lunch at a neighborhood restaurant. Saturdays, May through October. Information or tickets: lavillacucina.com or (973) 344-3559.
UNION The Galloping Hill Inn is the starting point for the Annual New Jersey Hot Dog Tour, now in its ninth year. John Fox, a hot dog enthusiast, leads participants on a bus tour visiting about a half-dozen hot dog joints and sampling different styles. This year’s tour, on Sept. 22, runs about six hours and costs $35, including soft drinks on the bus but not hot dogs. Information or tickets: Erwin Benz [email protected]