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Little Italy
— Feast of San Gennaro
— Little Italy Restaurants & Cafés
— Natl Register of Historic Places
— Oldest Pastry Shop in U.S.

Salami and Foods inside Alleva Dairy in Little Italy, New York City, NY

Little Italy
Little Italy is located on the Lower East Side of Manhattan (near Chinatown) — extending as far south as Bayard Street, as far north as Bleecker, as far west as Lafayette, and as far east as the Bowery.

Grand and Mulberry Streets - Little Italy, NYC

Google Map of Little Italy

Little Italy is a FUN place to explore, eat, shop, people-watch — the area is dotted with cute little Italian restaurants, bars and cafés.

Caffe Napoli in Little Italy, NY

Da Nico Ristorante in New York's Little Italy, NYC

Il Fornaio and Liittle Italy Restaurants, NYC


Cannoli King - Little Italy, NY

Little Italy Restaurants,
Bars and Cafés

Angelo of Mulberry Street
Caffee Napoli (Hester St)
Caffe Palermo - boasts NYC's BEST Cannoli!
Caffee Sorento
De Nico Ristorante
Frankie Cee's Pizzeria
Il Cortile
Il Fornaio
Le Esquina Taqueria & Cafe (Mexican)
Parigot (French)
Pellegrino's - 212-226-3177
Puglia - 212-966-6006

Pizza at Frankie Cee's Pizzeria in Little Italy, New York City

Mulberry Street Bar, Little Italy, NYC

Fun Bar
Mulberry Street Bar

Italian American Museum
Italian American Museum

Italian American Museum in Little Italy, NYC

Canal and Bowery Streets - Little Italy, NYC


National Register
of Historic Places
In 2010, Chinatown and Little Italy were listed in a single historic district on the National Register of Historic Places.

Outdoor Dining in Little Italy, New York City, NY

"Feast of San Gennaro"
— Fun Little Italy Street Fair

The "Feast of San Gennaro" is held annually in September in the heart of Little Italy.

This FUN Little Italy Street Fair lasts for 11 days and takes place along Mulberry Street, between Canal Street (to the South) and Houston Street (to the North); East to West on Grand and Hexter Streets (between Mott and Baxter Streets). Map

As New York City's, biggest and longest-running outdoor festival, the "Feast of San Gennaro" attracts over one million people from around the world. Enjoy delicious ethnic food, free live musical entertainment, religious processions, colorful parades, arcade games, kiddie rides, fun people-watching, — even a world-famous Cannoli-Eating Competition!

Ferrara Bakery & Cafe in Little Italy - America's oldest pastry shop

America's Oldest
Pastry Shop

Ferrara Bakery & Cafe is America's Oldest Paticceria (pictured below). Located in the heart of Little Italy, Ferrara has been serving outstanding Italian & French desserts since 1892. Visitors and locals alike come here to enjoy a variety of delicious ice-creams, pastries. specialty coffees, lattes, and espressos.

Pastries and yummy desserts inside Ferrara Bakery and Cafe in Little Italy, New York City, NY

Inside an Italian Restaurant in Little Italy, NYC

Mulberry Street eatery in Little Italy, New York City, NY

Fun for Foodies
Alleva Dairy - Est 1892

Grand Italian Food Center
(Deli & Grocery)
Grand St @ Mulbury St

Alleva Dairy in Little Italy, New York City, NY

More Info
Little Italy

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