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Little Italy

Mulberry Street, New York City, NY 10013
+1 917-817-9888
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Neighborhood west of SoHo famous for Italian restaurants.
  • Excellent32%
  • Very good36%
  • Average21%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible3%
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“cannoli” (110 reviews)
“mulberry street” (95 reviews)
“italian food” (82 reviews)
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Mulberry Street, New York City, NY 10013
Little Italy
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+1 917-817-9888
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We soooo enjoy walking around and looking at the restaurant's and shops. Love the cheese shop. I avoid the ones selling typical NY things. We just spent a week here in Times Square and we came to Little Italy 3 times. Very safe. Just be...More

Thank HairByCharles
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you like Italian food then get the subway, bus or walk to ‘little Italy’ for lunch or dinner. We only found this spot at the end of the week and wer so disappointed. The food and atmosphere here was far superior than that of...More

Thank EBireland
Reviewed 1 week ago

First thing first, a few practical tips. Unless one is planning to go really deep into the history of the neighborhood, the average time for a self-guided walk shouldn't exceed 1 hour; after all, it is only about 4 blocks that still retain some kind...More

1  Thank RGSOUNDF
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took a walk along Little Italy in the middle of a religious festival which meant that it was jam packed full of locals and also tourists like us. We ate in one of the restaurants and I can quite honestly say that it was...More

Thank IrishMimi
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

If you want authentic Italian food, go to this neighborhood. Tons of restaurants to choose from and they’re all good. Not far from Chinatown. Shop in Chinatown and eat in Little Italy.

Thank Heather S
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After a dinner in Chinatown, we stopped for dessert in Little Italy!! The cannolis were fantastic, and it was interesting to walk the street a bit, even in the rain. Amusing that each restaurant tried to entice you in with a free glass of wine...More

Thank Christine S
Reviewed 1 week ago

we enjoyed to walk streets of little italy. there is lots of shops and also italian restaurants. it is now being gobbled by china town, which is getting bigger and bigger. it is hard to say where starts little italy and where its end. it...More

Thank Viera T
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We enjoyed walking the Streets of Little Italy. Lots of shops and restaurants. Love the architecture.

Thank GaleAS
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Little Italy is pretty much a tourist trap now. It has shrunk down to about one road. The food is ok at some of the restaurants. Worth seeing one time. Definitely go to Aleeva cheese store on corner of mulberry and Grand. It is amazing.

Thank Panic1522
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Little Italy is not Italian anymore. Listen to the accents on the people working there and you'll hear Mexican and Eastern European but very little Italian. Now imagine what that means for the food and the ambience. It is a tacky tourist trap selling tacky...More

Thank rodasta
Nearby
Little Italy
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
...More
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Natasa S
24 May 2017|
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Response from Socomom2 | Reviewed this property |
Any of them are good.... just walk down the streets and see which one hits your fancy! Authentic Italian food.
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Laurs234
18 December 2016|
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Yes, many of them are open; however, get on the internet and check Little Italy's restaurants, and you'll see l their days and hours of operation. New York is the city that never sleeps and is open for business :)
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Pat D
7 November 2015|
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Response from JerseyGirlTravel | Reviewed this property |
There is very little left of Little Italy in Manhattan. If you can make it for San Gennaro feast (September), then it's worth a trip. Be prepared for intense crowd and keep your personal items in close contact - wall to... More
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