On the peak times this neighbourhood had 10 thousand Italian residents, who brought their culture and economy here. Although, it was not the largest neightbourghood and was in fact the poorest, it was distinctive and notable.
Let’s discover New York’s “Real Little Italy” (in the Bronx), a community that for over a century has maintained the Italian traditions in food, language, religion and celebrations. We’ll experience the best cannoli you can have in NY (for real!), learn about a fresh pasta shop that has been making ravioli and pasta in the same way since 1935;
Took my friends and family around Bronx little Italy, amazing knows everything, perfect spots to eat and see. Knows Italian & Spanish which is a plus. Perfect! Please book with her asap.
I had the pleasure of taking the Bronx: Little Italy tour and I loved it! Amazing to see how my favorite pastas and breads are made. Also learning about the history throughout the area was very interesting. Alessia was such a pleasure. I highly recommend her tours.