A Slice of Brooklyn Bus Tour Company Shows Off Borough and Its Pizzas on Travel Channel

""“A Brooklyn tour guide is taking his love for the borough–and its iconic pizza joints–to the small screen, reports the New York Daily News. Tony Muia, the 48-year-old behind the hit bus tour company A Slice Of Brooklyn, will have a show by the same name premiering on the Travel Channel. ‘I love Brooklyn, I’m proud of Brooklyn, and I want to show it off,’ says Muia, whose family and staff, including Fat Sal, Cousin Paula, Frankie Pancakes and Uncle Louie, also appear on the show. ‘It really doesn’t get more Brooklyn than us.’ Muia was working in the healthcare field and showing visiting friends and relatives around Brooklyn when he decided to make it a full-time gig in 2005.”

“The four-hour bus tour picks participants up in Manhattan and brings them to Grimaldi’s, where they skip the line and enjoy slices of the famous thin crust pie. Then they head to L&B Spumoni Gardens in Bensonhurst for Sicilian-style, with a tour of Brooklyn sights and clips from “Saturday Night Fever” and “Goodfellas” along the way. Other tours include a Christmas Light and Cannoli tour, which takes passengers by the best lights in Dyker Heights and Bay Ridge and ends at the famous Mona Lisa Pastry Shop & Cafe for cannoli and cappuccino.”