Downtown NYC

Brief Guide to Little Italy

Here’s a brief history lesson for you guys: Immigrants from Naples and Sicily ventured to Little Italy during the late 1880s. In those times, when over half of all the Italian population resided in Little Italy, the neighborhood extended from East Houston to Chambers Street, and from Broadway to the Bowery.   When Italian immigrants moved to this neighborhood, they brought their customs, food and language along. That heritage is quite apparent today. Good food and flavorful traditions have kept…

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