Culture and Cuisine: A Tour of the East Village’s Immigrant History

Learn how the cultures of the East Village have changes based on the plethora of cuisines- Sept. 23rd

September 23, 2017

11:00 a.m.

Join senior editor at 6sqft Dana Schulz for a tour of the East Village’s rich immigrant history as told through its cultural gastronomy scene. Explore how the Italian, Eastern European, and Indian communities settled in the neighborhood and influenced the entire city’s palate, as well as how the area’s social and cultural history has changed over the years. Stops will include John’s of 12th Street, Veselka, Moishe’s Bakery, Curry Row, and the Big Gay Ice Cream Shop.

(Please note: This tour does not include food samples)

 

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