Little Italy

  • Little Italy, United States
  • Within the boundaries of the Bowery, Canal Street, Centro Street and Watts Street 
    A former area of ​​residence of immigrants from Italy in Manhattan in New York City. The most famous example of the Italian quarter in the United States. It was long thought was synonymous with slums and ghettos. In Little Italy during the Great Depression was a lot of famous mobsters. 

    Previously, Little Italy district takes much longer than it is now. However, after the war began to settle here the Chinese and Italians had to give them some part of the territory. Since then, these two blocks are in the neighborhood.

    Now Little Italy is a piece of Mulberry Street on Broome Street to Canal Street. She is still the same place where you can feel like in Italy, the national food to eat, buy local souvenirs, plunge into the Italian culture.  
    • attractions
      • Parks and Gardens

Sights nearby

Italian Quarter of New York
New York Chinatown Chinatown
CATINCA TABACARU gallery Hester - Allen Turnkey Housing
Tenement Museum emigration Hester - Allen Turnkey Housing
Bowery Street
Restaurant "Back Forty West" SoHo
bitforms gallery Lower East Side
Museum of the amazing things New York City
Broadway Chinatown
Prada boutique on Broadway SoHo
New York Supreme Court Chinatown
SoHo SoHo
Neighborhood Downtown in New York City New York City
Katz's Delicatessen Restaurant Loisaida
Restaurant "Corton" Tribeca
Restaurant "Blue Ribbon Sushi" Greenwich Village
Blue Note Jazz Club Loisaida
Restaurant "Odeon" Tribeca
Tribeca neighborhood Tribeca
Restaurant "Bouley" Tribeca
Nightclub Sullivan Room Washington Square Village
Manhattan Bridge Knickerbocker Village
Brooklyn Bridge Knickerbocker Village
Restaurant "Dirt Candy" East Village
St. Paul's Chapel Tribeca

Nearby cities

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