NYC Greenwich Village LGBTQ+ History And Food Tour - 2hrs

Walk in the footsteps of the early LGBTQ+ civil rights movement pioneers. Eat, Tour, and Explore on with The New York City Greenwich Village LGBTQ+ History and Food Tour. It is a journey of hope and food. Your tummy and your heart will thank you.

The Bites:
• A classic Black & White cookie
• Mighty Quinn’s savory hushpuppy
• A rainbow Italian ice
• A Sicilian mozzarella prosciutto panino
• A Patisserie Claude Pan du Chocolat, Quiche or Brioche

The Sites:
• The Church of the Village, site of the first PFLAG (Parents and Friends of Lesbian And Gays).
• The AIDS Memorial
• The Women’s House of Detention at Jefferson Market
• Site of the former Cafe Society where LGBTQ+ Black artists Billie Holiday, Sr. Rosetta Tharpe, and Bayard Rustin, who planned the 1963 March on Washington, performed.
• Julius Bar, site of the pre-Stonewall Riots Sip In
• The Stonewall National Monument Park and Bar

Meet at the Church of The Village at the corner of 13th St and Seventh Ave in Greenwich Village

(929) 244-0587

Duration: 2hrs
Listing created Aug 25, 2022

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