Harlem Gospel - Soul Food and Jazz

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My kinda place

(Reviewed on 2/17/2015) -

"I don’t mean to be cliché, but as a man of color, soul has appealed to me much more than other things. From the music to the food, everything is just more intense. Sylvia’s Restaurant is just – WOW! The meatloaf was to die for. If you’re in Harlem, you need to eat here, just saying. City Sights did good in including this in their package.
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Soul

(Reviewed on 2/15/2015) -

"I’ve always believed that the 20s is the best decade ever. The music, style, and living is…elegant. Everything seems to be more alive in the 1920s. This was such a great tour. The jazz music encourages you to dance and lose yourself, the food was mouthwatering and satisfying, and Harlem is such a beautiful place. I enjoyed this tour so much. Probably a little too much.
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Tour Includes:

This tour only runs on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays!

Come and relive the high-stepping, fun-loving nights of the 1920s! Join us for a great night out in Immortal Harlem. Tour the neighborhood with one of our professional city guides, and learn about Harlem's role in the history of jazz and the roles of its noted jazz musicians in giving New York its musical edge.

See the site of the original Cotton Club, where Duke Ellington and Lena Horne spent hours wowing crowds from around the world. Drive past the site of the Savoy Ballroom where Benny Goodman and Chick Webb fought it out during their "Battle of the Bands," and where the Charleston, "Lindy Hop" and the "Big Apple" dances were firmly cemented into American culture.

See the world-famous Apollo Theater, where Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald won the popular "Amateur Night." Pass by Minton's Playhouse, where bebop was born and where Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk started the tradition of jam sessions.

Discover one of Harlem's hottest clubs, where jam sessions and musical intrigue go on into the wee hours of the morning.

Dinner* is at Sylvia's legendary restaurant - "The Queen of Soul Food" (Family style dinner)

On Mondays, swing dance the night away to the beat of a terrific, twelve-piece band. Free dance lesson included! We pick up the tab for your first two cocktails!

Thursdays and Saturdays, experience the essence of Harlem and enjoy the convivial atmosphere as you mingle freely with the locals, while enjoying the sounds of a jazz or rythm & blues band. We pick up the tab for your first two cocktails!

The tour is closed on the dates below:

• Sunday December 20th 2015
• Wednesday December 23rd 2015
• Sunday December 27th 2015
• Wednesday December 30th 2015
• Sunday January 03, 2016
• Easter Sunday: Sunday March 27, 2016

4 - 4.5 Hours

690 Eighth Avenue (between 43rd & 44th), New York, NY 10019

Departs: 07:00 pm - 12:00 am (1/day)

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After your online purchase you will be redirected to a page with your voucher. An order confirmation, with a link to your online voucher, will also be e-mailed to you within two hours of completing your purchase. Simply print out your voucher, bring it with you on your day of travel, and follow the printed instructions for redeeming your ticket(s) at our office.

Terms and Conditions:
On-line tickets are non-refundable and can be redeemed up to ONE YEAR from date of purchase.
This tour only runs on Mondays, Thursdays, Saturdays!

Come and relive the high-stepping, fun-loving nights of the 1920s! Join us for a great night out in Immortal Harlem. Tour the neighborhood with one of our professional city guides, and learn about Harlem's role in the history of jazz and the roles of its noted jazz musicians in giving New York its musical edge.

See the site of the original Cotton Club, where Duke Ellington and Lena Horne spent hours wowing crowds from around the world. Drive past the site of the Savoy Ballroom where Benny Goodman and Chick Webb fought it out during their "Battle of the Bands," and where the Charleston, "Lindy Hop" and the "Big Apple" dances were firmly cemented into American culture.

See the world-famous Apollo Theater, where Sarah Vaughan and Ella Fitzgerald won the popular "Amateur Night." Pass by Minton's Playhouse, where bebop was born and where Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Thelonious Monk started the tradition of jam sessions.

Discover one of Harlem's hottest clubs, where jam sessions and musical intrigue go on into the wee hours of the morning.

Dinner* is at Sylvia's legendary restaurant - "The Queen of Soul Food" (Family style dinner)

On Mondays, swing dance the night away to the beat of a terrific, twelve-piece band. Free dance lesson included! We pick up the tab for your first two cocktails!

Thursdays and Saturdays, experience the essence of Harlem and enjoy the convivial atmosphere as you mingle freely with the locals, while enjoying the sounds of a jazz or rythm & blues band. We pick up the tab for your first two cocktails!

The tour is closed on the dates below:

• Sunday December 20th 2015
• Wednesday December 23rd 2015
• Sunday December 27th 2015
• Wednesday December 30th 2015
• Sunday January 03, 2016
• Easter Sunday: Sunday March 27, 2016

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