CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING ACTIVITIES IN NYC

We specialize in creating fun and hands-on Corporate Team Building Food Tours in NYC. Whether your group size is as small as 8 people or as large as 350 people, we have a culinary experience for you!

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The Basics

Corporate Team Building in NYC

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WHY BOOK A CORPORATE TEAM BUILDING FOOD TOUR

This is team building the way it should be –
seated around the table with good food, good people, and good stories.

OUR TEAM BUILDING OPTIONS

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I wanted to take a moment to simply thank you and your amazing “story-tellers”. It’s hard to find words to tell you how wonderful they made our time together. Every touchpoint that was orchestrated was so incredible…from the delicious food, to the stories, to the fun interactive activities...The whole experience was just WHOA. Really, it delivered beyond what our expectation was. – Jessica Sepulveda, Intuit

A few of of our Clients:

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Group Size

Our private corporate team building food tours in NYC have a minimum $800 charge.

2-25 people: We keep our tours intimate to create unique experiences – this is a perfect group size! We take up to 25 guests for one tour guide.

25-200+ people: With multiple guides on staff, we are able to run multiple tours at the same time. Oftentimes, we can keep large groups together, so please email nycgroups@avitaltours.com with your group size or submit an inquiry via our website.

 

AVAILABILITY

We offer private corporate team building food tours, events and tastings on Monday-Sundays with start times 11am-6:30pm. You choose your date and start time. For private tour availability, please submit an inquiry via the form on this webpage or email nycgroups@avitaltours.com.

Our guests are fun and quirky.
How do you #EmbraceQuirky?

I drank rum with real pirates – Anonymous
My aunt is the hairdresser to the Queen of England – Anonymous
I find comfort wearing socks in the shower – Anonymous

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can you accommodate large groups?

    Yes.  We host teams of all sizes.  Talk with your Culinary Curator for details, group rates, and options for your size.

  • Do we pick the restaurants?

    Well, you could, but then why come to us?  We have the “tough” job of eating at all of New York City’s awesome restaurants, finding those quirky characters, and building a culinary experience with story and purpose (that’s also delicious!)  Trust us, that’s why you came here.  Tell your curator about your team’s passions and preferences, and leave the rest to us.

  • What if I don't know my exact group size? Can I still book?

    That’s okay!  You can still book to reserve your date/time with a estimate and adjust later.  Ask your curator for details on adjustments based on group size.

  • Why not choose a cheaper food tour?

    We’re not actually a typically food tour.  We’ve taken the chef’s prix fixe tasting menu to the next level – with each course served at a different restaurant and guests seated at tables inside!   So, also ask yourself – why not choose a more expensive chef’s tasting menu at a single restaurant?  We’re the best of both worlds, and our prices reflect that.  If you’re looking for small bites on the sidewalk, then definitely go with a cheaper food tour.  If you’re looking for something more, give us a try.

  • Is alcohol Included?

    YES! or No!  It’s your choice – we offer packages with and without alcoholic beverage pairings.  We can do non-alcoholic beverages also by request.

  • What if my team has dietary restrictions?

    No problem! We can accommodate for all dietary restrictions, just let us know before your event and you’re good to go.

  • Is this a full meal? How big are portion sizes?

    Yes. We have packages great for lunch and others perfect for dinner. Your curator can help you choose which package is most appropriate for your group.
    Our portions are full courses. While other food tour companies might serve you a quarter of a donut and consider that a “tasting”, we’ll serve you the full donut as one tasting.
  • Where do we meet?

    It depends!  After you book, your curator gets hard to work planning an awesome experience threading together partner restaurants, neighborhood landmarks, and quirky stories to fit your group, event date/time, and size.  Once the curation is complete, we’ll let you know the meeting location that suits your itinerary.

  • Do we walk? Can you pick us up?

    Yes and yes! Once you arrive in the neighborhood, you’ll walk about 1 to 1.5 miles total over the 3 hour event.  If you need transportation to the neighborhood, we offer private transportation from your location to/from the event (ask your curator for pricing.)  If you don’t want to walk at all, check out our multi-neighborhood packages. (Submit an inquiry for more info.)

  • Do I get an itinerary in advance?

    We prefer to surprise and delight our guests, so don’t usually release the itinerary in advance. Well, ok, if you really want to spoil the fun, we’ll tell you, but we don’t recommend it 😉

  • Do you have availability? How much does it cost?

    Submit an inquiry to receive instant access to our event proposal with pricing, and a fast response from your curator about availability.  The online calendar is for public tickets only.  Private events have many more options and are available at any date and any time of your choosing.

Why Avital Tours?

Wondering what makes the Avital Corporate Team Building Food Tours different from all other tours? Check out our About Us page for the answer!

We live and breathe by our Core Values:

  • Breathe Curiosity
  • Create Community
  • Embrace Quirky
  • Seize Ownership
  • Build AWESOME Experiences

What's Our Value?

  • Our fun and knowledgeable guides
  • Curation of the experience, relationships with high quality restaurants, and dish choice. We eat all of the bad food so you don’t have too – sigh, hard job
  • Stories of the restaurant owners, chefs and neighborhood
  • Facilitating interactions with the community
  • Seamless logistics (tables are reserved, guests are seated and food arrives quickly)