Following its success in Chicago for four years and then in Philadelphia more recently, the popular Underground Donut Tour is making its way to a third major city.

Starting Friday, April 5, tours will begin in New York City. Guests will walk between four of the best donut shops in New York as guides share the history of each location, local sights, and history along the route including the Flatiron Building, Empire State Building, One World Trade Center, Greenwich Village, and more.

“New York is such a fantastic food city and has always been on our radar. We’re so excited to launch this tour and share the donut love that people in Chicago have been feeling for years,” says Jeff Woelker, founder of the Underground Donut Tour.

Two of the locations that will be featured on the tour are Doughnut Plant and Doughnut Project. The other two locations will be kept secret until guests find out during the tour.

“Bringing a doughnut tour to NYC just makes sense, we have the most cops!” says Jenny Saldaña, tour manager for the Underground Donut Tour New York.

Tours will run every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 9-11 a.m. with more days coming soon. Tickets cost $40 for adults and $20 for kids 10 and under.