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Downtown Manhattan Walking Tour in Russian
"On this private tour you have the flexibility to see what you want to see and travel at your own pace. Your guide will provide FM Radio systems for up to 10 people and has experience as a photographer perfect for all your photo opportunities. Get a local perspective on many topics and immediate access to New York attractions you wouldn’t be able to see otherwise. Visit these major New York sights: Statue of Liberty Battery ParkAlexander Hamilton U.S. Custom HouseFinancial DistrictBroadwayCharging BullWall StreetTrinity ChurchMunicipal Building ""Boss” Tweed CourthouseBrooklyn Bridge9/1 Little Italy SoHo NoLiTa Greenwich Village
From $300.00
Walking Tour of Greenwich Village
"Your tour begins on the corner of 6th Avenue and Waverly Place by discussing the rich history of the village and how it came to be the unique neighborhood it is today. As you walk towards the park we stop at several landmarks including the Edgar Allan Po a former potter's field and learn how this area became the destination for musicians protesters and bohemians. Visit the Brown Building site of the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire in 1911 an event that shook America to the core and began the labor movement in this country. Once you'e out of the park we head up McDougal Street
From $35.00
Private Walking-Subway-Food Tour of Midtown and Lower Manhattan
"This 6-hour private walking tour is for those who truly want to experience the full perspective of what Manhattan has to offer plus its sounds smells and tastes! Some of the stops will include: Union Square & Gramercy – cozy village charm; order-at-the-counter options surrounding Union Square. Greenwich Village - charming bohemian legacy; Milk & Cookies Bake Famous Joe's Pizza & Molly's Cupcakes. Washington Square Park - epicenter of the 60's folk movement; Mamoun's. South Street Seaport – historic maritime waterfront; seasonal Smorgasburg. East Vi vibrant nightlife and artistic sensibility; Frank(Italian) Motorino(Pizza)
From $480.00

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Blind Tiger Ale House

I have to say I am no beer expert, and actually prefer wine and champagne but my husband and our friend are really into their craft beers, so visiting this place was a no brainer!The selection of beer...
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Apr 25, 2012

The Blind Tiger Alehouse

It should come as no surprise that when it comes to beer, New York City has its share of great venues. Over the years I have had beer in a diverse group of bars ranging from sheer but cool dives to...
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May 27, 2010
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Washington Square Park

Washington Square Park is a distinctive nearly 10 acre fully planned park near New York University in Greenwich Village, on Lower Manhattan. The Park's most notable feature is its huge Washington...
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Stonewall Inn

Often abbreviated just to The Stonewall, this bar and restaurant is a functional business now dedicated to the history of gay rights in NYC. It's easy to find, as it's within a few blocks of...
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Soho District

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Greenwich Village

Thank you so much for sharing the Greenwich Village on Virtual Tourist. I have ALWAYS wanted to visit there and although I may never get to do that, your pictures gave me a lasting impression of the...
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Trapeze School

A fun thing for the experimental types is trapeze. Four girlfriends and I decided to try Trapeze this summer. The school is on the West Side Highway and the lesson began at 8 or so. As it got dark, we...
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New York City Fire Museum

Situated in a decommissioned Fire House, this is a very nice museum dedicated to the history of fire fighting, including a sizeable memorial to those killed on 9/11. Admission is a suggested donation...
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Getting to The Blind Tiger


281 Bleecker St., New York, NY 10014


  • Sunday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Monday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Tuesday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Wednesday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Thursday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Friday 11:30 to 04:00
  • Saturday 11:30 to 04:00