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Come back every Wednesday for another funny, informative video documenting my inept food adventures. In Locals Know, I explore a new city through the tours of Urban Adventures.
Beyond Broadway is New York Urban Adventures’ newest tour and it’s the perfect one to document in the first episode of what I hope to be a long-running webseries.
All over the world, Urban Adventures tours are all about getting away from the touristy areas and putting down the guide books in order to get a true, local flavor of a city. At first glance, it almost seems impossible to make that local experience a reality in the overcrowded tourist-filled neighborhood of Midtown, but we show you it’s possible.
Check out the video below that documents a bit of the tour and learn more about it here.
Every week, I document another dish that impressed and satiated me during my food adventures around New York City
There are too many hidden gems in this city. You could spend a lifetime searching and you’ll still only uncover a handful. Church of Sweden is just that. It’s a Swedish church that’s been in the middle of Midtown Manhattan since 1978. Thousands of people walk by it every day and have no idea that inside the library of the church is a tranquil little coffee counter. And they serve some wonderful pastries and super cheap sandwiches. All you have to do is ring the bell.