I drove into "Little Italy" to go to the Auto.Zone store. Nothing in the area made me think that I was in Italy, unless I blinked, or was driving too quickly.
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Not a tourist destination or attraction. Basically it's a street in what looks to be a possibility low income side of town.
I read the reviews because a restaurant I wanted to go to for dinner, Fortuna's, is located in Littly Italy. Okay, I'll give you this it's not a NYC or San Francisco type Little Italy but it is a safe neighborhood and not as bad...More
We went there to grab a pizza one night while at the falls. Once you leave downtown Niagara Falls the surrounding area is very sketchy and Little Italy was no different. We did not feel safe, did not want to stick around, and picked up...More
This little Italy is very little 4-5 dining option, mostly pizza options. Some of the more formal restaurants are very pricey.
Did not enjoy- I felt the area should take advantage of the tourism and clean the place up a lot. My group felt the appearance detoured a lot of people from coming I didn't find anything special about it.
Niagara Falls is not a very safe city and this neighborhood is one to avoid after dark. I went out there during the day to go to the dollar store and pharmacy, didn't try the restaurants.
The area is nothing to see but full of good resturants. We were advised tio try Michael's so we did and it was good advice. Great bean soup and Pizza and pasta. No reservations but it can get busy and you wait. Luckly we didn't...More
Wow how depressing can one street be? I grew up in Niagara Falls and like so many of my generation I moved away in search of better opportunities. I remember Pine Ave as a vibrant and interesting place with shops of many descriptions lining both...More