Tony Muia, who runs the Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour, will be on the Travel Channel tonight at 9 p.m. ET as part of a "Christmas in New York" special.
While it doesn't sound like he'll be talkin' pizza, he will be escorting the host to Dyker Heights to see its locally famous over-the-top Christmas-light display as part of his Christmas and Cannoli Tour. It'll be followed by dinner at Tomasso's Ristorante for the traditional Christmas Eve Feast of the Seven Fishes.
If you live in New York City, though, you don't have to be content with merely watching Muia's tour on TV. He's guiding tours most evenings until December 30. They're 3.5 hours and start from Union Square in Manhattan. Tickets are $55, available at zerve.com.
And if you find yourself on a self-guided tour of the Dyker Heights Lights, I recommend taking a bit of a stroll down to Lenny's Pizza, the place where John Travolta's Tony Manero infamously ate two stacked slices at the beginning of Saturday Night Fever.
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