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While Little Italy is one of the city's smallest neighbourhoods, its streets are packed with visitors from around the globe, especially on summer weekends when the streets are closed to traffic. Stroll up Mulberry Street, the heart of Little Italy, for a dense mix of Italian restaurants with sidewalk tables, cafes, and old-school food shops. Don’t be surprised when the hosts beckon you to pay them a visit. Stop in for a coffee and a cannoli, or grab a streetside table to take in the scenery over a hearty Italian meal.
As descendants of Italians who came to the US, it was great to visit and learn about our heritage. Important history is preserved here and the staff are friendly and willing to share stories and answer questions. Recommend for your visit to Little Italy! Museum entrance is by donation- suggested donation was $7.
The parish of the Most Precious Blood was established in 1888 as a National Parish to serve the rapidly growing number of Italian immigrants in Lower Manhattan. The church itself is wedged within the Little Italy Community on Baxter with another entrance on Mulberry. Highly recommend a stop if you are nearby!
This is a fun "speakeasy" in the heart of Little Italy. Walk down stairs and enter a bourbon style bar, out the backdoor is an outdoor patio. Its a nice spot to have after dinner drinks in Little Italy.
We always make sure to stop here when we are in the city, they have a very large selection of homemade ravioli's which are always fresh, they also have various sauces to go with the ravioli's, they also make fresh pastas which are to die for.
I was staying in New York City with friends just a block away from BAZ Bagels. I made it my mission every morning to bring back some fresh NYC bagels to our Air BnB from BAZ Bagels. Boy I miss those bagels! I am sure there are proper ways to describe a bagel just like there is a proper way...
We stumbled upon La Bella Ferrara looking for something sweet and we were so glad we did!
Our first stop we only bought the almond shortbread, lemon cookies and an amazing pastry with a crazy unpronounceable name that looks like a shell. Loved it all.
The second time we bought all of those same things again PLUS cherry and blueberry...
We went here based on reviews we saw on here. They were not wrong. Everything is fantastic!! The pastries were delicious, the service was spot on. We will definitely go out of our way to come back here everytime we are in town!!
This is the second time I've been to this restaurant, several years apart, and it never fails to offer great food at reasonable prices. The music was on point, and I must say, the best Martini I've had in a very a long time! The pasta was well done and different than what I've had before. The pizza is terrific....
"Boutique hotel with great staff and handy location"
reviewed 2 days ago by Lisa R
There's nothing bad to say about this hotel - the staff were fantastic and happy to make (great) recommendations when asked. Check-in and check-out were easy/quick, they even moved us up to a room on a higher floor which was appreciate - was not noisy at all.
Location was fantastic - 5 minutes from a number of subway stations and...