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Popular Restaurants near Little Italy

If you're a first time visitor to Little Italy, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants near Little Italy.


What are some good restaurants near Little Italy?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants near Little Italy.

Ferrara Bakery & Cafe
195 Grand St New York, NY

(212) 226-6150
Angelo's of Mulberry Street
146 Mulberry St NY, NY

(212) 966-1277
Nyonya
199 Grand Street New York, NY

(212) 334-3669
Bánh Mì Saigon
198 Grand St NY, NY

(212) 941-1541
Pho Bang
157 Mott St NY, NY

(212) 966-3797
Cafe Sorrento
132 Mulberry St NY, NY

(212) 219-8634
La Mela Ristorante
167 Mulberry Street New York, NY

(212) 431-9493
La Mela
167 Mulberry St New York, NY

(212) 431-9493
Two Hands
164 Mott St New York, NY

(917) 475-1815
IL Cortile
125 Mulberry St New York County, NY

(212) 226-6060
Fay Da Bakery
191 Centre St New York, NY
Ho Won Bake Shoppe Inc
146 Hester St New York, NY
Royal Seafood
103 Mott St New York County, NY

(212) 219-2338
Wong Kee Restaurant
102 Mott St NY, NY

(212) 274-0696
Shanghai Cafe Deluxe
100 Mott St New York, NY

(212) 966-3988

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Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Ferrara Bakery & Cafe on Grand St between Mulbery and Mott dates from the 1850s and has wonderful expression drinks and Italian pastry baked on site."  See More

"There are lots of stands of food, tables outside the old faithful restaurants (like Angelo's of Mulberry Street and Ferrara Bakery & Cafe."  See More

"Much better is the Malaysian food at nearby Nyonya on Grand Street."  See More

"One of my most favorite eaterys is Pho Bang on Mott St."  See More

"Let me give some names of places that I recommend (even though not all of them are fancy options but I am sure you daughter will love the variety: Shake Shack, Le Pain Quotidien, ABC Kitchen, Eataly, Gramercy Tavern, The Spotted Pig, Grimaldi's, Maison, Cafe Sorrento, Fresh & Co, The River Café, Maialino and Craft."  See More

"Most of the restaurants in Little Italy are pretty overpriced and few self-respecting Italians would ever step foot in them, but I love La Mela Ristorante and have recommended it dozens of times Very cheap, excellent food, and a very lively, less touristy place to eat than most of the places on Mulberry St."  See More

"I was recently in New York City and there's an Aussie coffee shop called Two Hands."  See More

"I have tried 2 Italian restaurants on Mulberry St, Angelo's of Mulberry Street and IL Cortile."  See More

"I also loved the Chinese bakeries, like Ho Won Bake Shoppe Inc and Fay Da Bakery."  See More

"If you like dim sum, go to Nom Wah Tea Parlor on 13 Doyers St, and for the more authentic version where you may share a table with strangers, head over to Royal Seafood on 103 Mott Street."  See More

"I would try Wong Kee Restaurant if you enjoy chinese food."  See More

"com/2014/05/13/prosperity-dumpling-chinatown/ For a sit down with the best dumplings you've ever had, go to Shanghai Cafe Deluxe For upscale delicious Chinese food, go to Mission Chinese Food And for a classic NYC dim sum experience, Nom Wah Tea Parlor is your answer - https://thestraunt."  See More

Where can I find out more about Little Italy?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Little Italy.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.



   
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