Tuesday, January 13th, 2015...8:04 pm
A Sweet Tooth Tour for Valentine’s Day FUN STUFF
Looking for something sweet to do with your plus one this Valentine’s season? New York entrepreneurial company Sugartooth Tours is kicking off its popular Sweeter than Sugar Valentine’s Tour in February. What better way to get in the Valentine’s Day spirit than with a fun and festive excursion of NYC’s greatest sweet treasures with your sweetheart?
This year’s Sweeter than Sugar Tour will take place in the quaint neighborhood of Chelsea. Tour-goers will have the opportunity to indulge in delicious treats, including half-pound cookies, artisan hot chocolate, and more. In addition, guests will feed their minds with the tasty and colorful culinary past of Chelsea and brush up on their Valentines Day history and trivia.
“This tour is our most popular seasonal tour each year. There’s just something romantic and fun about exploring the city with your plus one in a way you’ve never done it before,” said co-founder of Sugartooth Tours, Sarah Rolleston. “In a city that is so big and has so many people, finding hidden gems with that one other person close to you makes the experience that much more personal and exclusive.”
On the tour, each group will enjoy six decadent stops. Guests will have a chance to explore the Chelsea Market before embarking on an adventure to discover how Valentine’s Day is celebrated in the trendy meatpacking district! Finally, the tour will wind down in the West Village, where guests have the option of adding a wine or beer pairing with their final sweet treat for some extra one-on-one time with that special someone.
Available tour dates include February: 7th, 8th, 13th, 14th and 15th at 5:30pm. Ad-ditional time slots include February 14th and 15th at 2pm. Tickets are $50/person and include six tastings along the way. For more information, and to purchase tickets, please visit www.sugartoothtours.com.
And if you want to add this tour to a full day of New York City romance, check out my recent how-to and where-t0-go article in NowU.com!