Gray Line New York Announces New Culinary Tours

For those who have searched endlessly for the perfect New York eats–the hunt is over. Gray Line New York, home of the red double-decker tour busses, announced three new culinary tours on Friday.

“Tastes of Chinatown” includes Cantonese BBQ and jerky, Peking dumplings, Shanghai scallion pancakes, Taiwanese teas, and dim sum.

“The Original East Village Food, Drinks, and Cultural Tour” is an evening out on the town with hand-crafted beers, Belgian fries, Italian pastries, and Japanese takoyaki.

And for those looking to taste the best traditional foods of the city, there’s the “The Ultimate New York Food and Culture Tour in the Village,” with a menu packed with pizza, bagels, hot dogs and cupcakes.

Each tour is about three hours long and includes enough food for a complete meal so be sure to come hungry. For more information and to purchase, visit Gray Line New York’s website.


NY Ranger Henrik Lundqvist honored on Gray Lines Ride of Fame

Gray Line New York, New York City’s premier double-decker bus and motorcoach tourism company, honored New York Rangers’ starting goaltender, Henrik Lundqvist at this month’s “Ride of Fame” .  A ribbon-cutting ceremony where Lundqvist  unveiled a personalized Gray Line New York bus with his likeness on the front of the vehicle took place on 7th Avenue in front of Madison Square Garden on August 31, 2010 . For more pics CLICK!

50% off the Night on the Town tour for August 24th,2010 ONLY!

One century and counting, Gray Line takes great pride in observing its 100th Year Anniversary by offering 50% off the Night on the Town Tour for August 24th only. Book now and help us celebrate this amazing milestone! Join us for an amazing “Night on the Town” in New York City! Choose August 24th to get your discount!


Gray Line New York and the Indian Parade 2010

Gray Line New York was proud to take part in this years Indian Day Parade. Almost 80,000 people attended the parade, which is India’s largest celebration outside of India. Gray Line New York employees, family members and friends rode high on top of the Double Decker buses for a joyous ride down the parade route. Click here for more pics!

Boat tours on Sailing ships in New York City

If you love sailing, then these 2 ships are a must do in New York. They’re the Clipper City and the Schooner Adirondack. Both are massive sailing ships which  offer spectacular views of the famous Manhattan skyline as it was meant to be seen, from the water – plus spectacular views of Ellis Island, the Statue of Liberty and the Brooklyn Bridge.