An urban village that attracts thousands of visitors every year, Little Italy is known for its restaurants. The authentic food served at these eateries is a centerpiece of many cultural events in the neighborhood. If you talk to the locals, you'll find that many of the restaurants are built on places that involved the New York mafia from the early 20th century. Wander down the narrow streets and find a small storefront joint to enjoy a meal. See Little Italy and all New York City has to offer by arranging your trip with our New York City trip planner.
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When we visited Little Italy, they were preparing for a festival, the streets were cordoned off and the crowd was building. Little Italy has been in relative decline, as Chinatown encroaches but... more »
We always enjoy the San Gennaro feast in Little Italy. This year things were a little different. The feast was canceled. We decided to go anyway to have a great meal, stroll the streets and l support.... more »
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