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Little Italy

Mulberry Street, New York City, NY 10013
+1 917-817-9888
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Neighborhood west of SoHo famous for Italian restaurants.
  • Excellent32%
  • Very good36%
  • Average21%
  • Poor8%
  • Terrible3%
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Mulberry Street, New York City, NY 10013
Little Italy
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1 - 10 of 1,330 reviews

Reviewed yesterday

Went here as part of a walking tour,lots of character and places to eat,although our guide told us that there are not many real Italians left. We enjoyed it and eat here as well,which was good

Thank binky337
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Tons of great Italian food and shops. Great gelato specialty food shops and souvenirs Next to China town and SOHO

Thank rodb987
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Little Italy is for food! Lots of restaurants fill this section of the city. They are abundant, clean, and have an attractive look to them. Lots of sidewalk cafes. This is very similar to Italy. The souvenir shops are exactly the same as found elsewhere....More

Thank laurenvill
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Went there as my wife has Italian heritage. Lots of little shops and restaurants. Feast of Gennaro crowd was over the top but was fun to be there. According to the locals, little Italy is slowly shrinking in size and being consumed by the Chinatown...More

Thank bsryan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

As a kid this was an authentic Italian neighborhood. You heard Italian in the streets, the restaurants were authentic. Chinatown has now swallowed up the area and now there are just a handful of Italian places to please a tourist. Feast Days are still okay,...More

Thank James S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

As an Italian, I was excited to see this place, but it kind of lost its charm. Maybe I was there at the wrong time or didn't go into the right shops. I will return at some time thought, Seemed touristy.

Thank tfizzle
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Super charming area, with great restaurants and a vibrating atmosphere. Definately worth a visit. Especially in the evening time!

Thank mettethomsen87
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took the tour bus from Times Square to the Feast! Little Italy was amazing and the Feast of San Genaro was a cultural, fun, tasty experience. We saw more authentic Italian food than I have ever seen or will see again! The food was...More

Thank ingodwetrusttoday
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I enjoy little Italy so much and I am so disappointed to see the negative reviews here. I do understand that L.I. seems to be getting encroached upon by China Town and is no where near what it used to be. As for the reviews...More

Thank Bonnie L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We have only seen a fraction of what you can see in NYC, but we were lucky enough to be taken to Little Italy during the festival of San Genaro, when Mulberry Street explodes with life, street food and fairground attractions. You certainly won’t go...More

Thank Anne A
Nearby
Little Italy
While Little Italy is one of the city's smallest
neighbourhoods, its streets are packed with visitors
from around the globe, especially on summer weekends
when the streets are closed to traffic. Stroll up
Mulberry Street, the heart of Little Italy, for a
dense mix of Italian restaurants with sidewalk tables,
cafes, and old-school food shops. Don’t be surprised
when the hosts beckon you to pay them a visit. Stop in
...More
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Natasa S
24 May 2017|
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Response from Socomom2 | Reviewed this property |
Any of them are good.... just walk down the streets and see which one hits your fancy! Authentic Italian food.
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Laurs234
18 December 2016|
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Yes, many of them are open; however, get on the internet and check Little Italy's restaurants, and you'll see l their days and hours of operation. New York is the city that never sleeps and is open for business :)
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Pat D
7 November 2015|
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Response from JerseyGirlTravel | Reviewed this property |
There is very little left of Little Italy in Manhattan. If you can make it for San Gennaro feast (September), then it's worth a trip. Be prepared for intense crowd and keep your personal items in close contact - wall to... More
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