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Neil
Newton, Massachusetts

Neil from Newton, Massachusetts asked

Best restaurants in Little Italy NYC?

Is there still a restaurant row on Mulberry St? What are the best Italian restaurants there?

New York City (New York)

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Eva from New York City

There is but know that New Yorkers do not go there - only tourists. I go to Little Italy only for Vietnamese sandwiches.

The exception is Torrisi Italian Specialties, which is still a very hot restaurant. Have never been because I tend to avoid the hot, trendy places unless I know for a fact the food is amazing. 

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


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Ellen from Dallas

Just because New Yorkers don't go to Little Italy (Mulberry area) doesn't mean you shouldn't. It's a fun, upbeat part of New York and we always enjoy it - both when we lived in NYC (for grad school at NYU) and as frequent visitors from Dallas. We've been going to Angelo's of Mulberry Street for at least 20 years and to Ferrara Bakery & Cafefor dessert (just around the corner).

This exact area is also Chinatown New Yorkand between the two areas, there are fun little bargain shops. Touristy? Probably. But so is Bergdorf Goodmanand Magnolia Bakery!

Good times!


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Rocio from Costa Rica

Hello Neil.  I have tried 2 Italian restaurants on Mulberry St, Angelo's of Mulberry Street and IL Cortile.

Hope this helps!


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Caitlin from Brooklyn

Honestly Little Italy is no longer the place where you'll find a myriad of excellent Italian restaurants. That being said there are still some delicious options.I would recommend checking out Parm or Lombardi's Pizza. If you are looking for something more upscale and are planning far enough in advance to get a reservation I'd suggest the upscale restaurant Carbone


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Grace from New York City

Little Italy is a misnomer, because the breadth of amazing Italian Restaurants in the city is endless! However, I do enjoy some cheese and meats at Di Palo's and a hearty meal at Parm which falls in that area. A few of my favorites in the surrounding area include Bar PittiRosemary's and Locanda Verde

  


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