Little Italy - New York City
Next to Chinatown located on Mulberry Street, you will find Little Italy, the Italian section of New York City. Little Italy is slowly shrinking due to booming Chinatown encroaching on its borders. Today, there are less than five thousand Italians living in Little Italy.
There are lots of Restaurants and Bakeries in this area on Mulberry and Grand Street.
Little Italy Official Website.
During the fall the neighborhood plays host to the Feast of San Gennaro. The festival starts Mid September and lasts for 9 days. Theres dancing, drinking and all types of great Italian foods. If you are in New York during this time you must check it out.
Located at 195 Grand Street.
America's First Espresso Bar
Great Desserts Pastries and Cappuccino
Located at 112 Mulberry Street
Traditional Italian Dining
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Our map of Manhattan's Little Italy neighborhood
includes directions, reviews as well as the
location of popular sights and attractions you
can find there, including: Museum of Chinese in
America, Mulberry Street & the Italian Children's Market. The
neighborhood also includes many food stores: Alleva Dairy, Di Palo's Fine Foods, Italian Food
Center & Piemonte Ravioli Co.