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A lot of the old Italian places are disappearing as other countries shops and eateries are moving in - sad to see as it was the best when it was Little Italy - having said that Ferrars will never leave, plus a few of the...More
Made our first trip to NYC and the first place we went was Little Italy because our wives wanted some "good Italian" food. We had no idea that the whole area was shut down to traffic because of some festival. There were vendors everywhere. Music...More
my daughter and myself went to little Italy twice and we found the 2nd time was the better as you need to go off the main Canal rd to all the other side streets which has more to offer better eating places better shops and...More
Little Italy in New York City is always a good idea. The restaurants, shopping bars and ambiance are a good time. During the San Gennaro feast it’s even more fun. The rows of stalls with shopping, carnival games, sausage and peeper stands, dessert areas and...More
The problem with Little Italy is that it is slowly shrinking in size and being overtaken by Chinatown. It's basically down to one street now, with some side streets still holding out.
Loads of restaurants which are great for the evening, but for an afternoon...More
We visited Little Italy on the last Sunday of San Genaro festival and loved it!! It was jam packed with at least 15 - 20,000 people. Enjoyed the street fair with stalls setup in the middle of the street for at least 10 blocks -...More
I have not been to the San Genaro Festival in NYC since the late 70s. Haven’t lived there since then. Have been going to celebrate my Italian heritage since I was a child. Very nostalgic. Little Italy was a neighborhood and now it’s a few...More
Wandered through the feast on an early Sunday afternoon. Packed to the point where it was unpleasant. Now I remember why we stopped attending. We would rather go back to visit when the feast is not happening. The smells emanating from the numerous restaurants were...More