New York City is a town that begs to be explored. Around every corner, you can find unique experiences and sites. On your visit to the Big Apple, you’ll want to take in as much as you possibly can. Taking a bike tour NYC is one of the best ways to get around the city. NYC has over a thousand miles of designated bike lanes that will take you to some of the most famous spots in the city. Because this is New York and nothing here is average, why not add a bit of a twist to your day on two wheels by doing a smoothie tour of the city that never sleeps? Here are a few of the spots to stop for a smoothie on your bike tour of New York.
Located on West 23rd Street in the neighborhood of Chelsea, this healthy fast food eatery is a great place to park your bike. The quick eats restaurant has a decent selection of highly rated smoothies and shakes and a full menu of fast but healthy dishes. Chelsea is a great neighborhood for people-watching and has a decent selection of shops. It is the home of Chelsea Market, which features eateries and boutiques. When you finish your smoothie, bike about three minutes west and hop on the High Line. This 1.4-mile long elevated park was once a rail line. Today, the high line is the perfect spot to relax and take in views of NYC.
You’ll find Juice Generation locations scattered throughout the city, but head over to the store just off of Park Ave on East 23rd Street and grab a smoothie. The smoothie chain has a wide variety of options sure to suit the most discerning smoothie drinker. Once you have your fruity treat, bike a few blocks over to Madison Square Park for some killer NYC views and serious people-watching.
Move your smoothie bike tour NYC down to the Lower East Side of Manhattan to Hawa Smoothies and Bubble Tea. This unassuming spot won’t wow you with its ambiance, but the smoothies here can’t be beat. This shop has some decent eats as well if you’re a bit hungry from your day of biking. Once you’ve grabbed your smoothie, hop on your bike and head west toward the South Street Seaport. This designated historic district is a great spot to take in some of the most beautiful architecture in Manhattan. Here, you can sit and finish your smoothie as you take in an awesome view of the Brooklyn Bridge.