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Sugartooth Tours Launches Summertime Ice Cream Walking Tours of NYC

June 25, 2013

The sun is shining and the temperatures are rising. That can only mean two things for local dessert tour company Sugartooth Tours – ice cream season! The company, which launched this past year, is kicking off its first-ever ice cream and frozen desserts walking tour in the Big Apple. Guests can beat the heat with a cool treat on one of the tours that will run on Sundays from July 21st through August 18th.

For those looking for something to do in the city or just have a love of ice cream, this tour takes the work out of finding the best-hidden ice cream spots in New York City. The tour is by foot and is just under two miles. Along the way, visitors can expect more than just your typical vanilla cone. Stops include: frozen hot chocolate, ice cream with unique flavors (think sesame and avocado!), artisan Italian gelato, ice cream sandwiches, frozen yogurt, rice pudding and more!

Along the way, licensed NYC tour guides share local culinary history and fun facts about how the frozen treats were invented and the secrets to their success. Tour-goers can expect to visit a variety of neighborhoods including: Union Square, SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown.

Tours start at 2pm and last approximately 2.5 hours, enough time to receive the full summer experience: A day in the sun with a nostalgic treat along the way! Tickets are $50 and include six tastings. Guests can purchase tickets by visiting or calling Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006.

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