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Don’t bother to go here. Cross over to the Canadian side if you want a nice little Italy. Most of the Italian places are closed now. There is a bakery which is sub par and and Italian grocery store which is awful. That’s about it....More
Pine Avenue is now the "Main" street of Niagara Falls. Lots of small businesses and restaurants in this area. But we always thought it was sad that the columns from the old Niagara Falls High School were removed from the building and installed on Pine...More
At one time, Little Italy stretched from Main St. on the west to Hyde Park Blvd. on the east. But that was at a time when there was a really large Italian population in Niagara Falls. There is even an archway over Pine Ave. just...More
If you are looking for more than the photos- this is pretty much all there is. Some of the best Italian food and bakery are on the sides and a long history of where some grew up and most left. very inexpensive real estate and...More
I read the reviews because a restaurant I wanted to go to for dinner, Fortuna's, is located in Littly Italy. Okay, I'll give you this it's not a NYC or San Francisco type Little Italy but it is a safe neighborhood and not as bad...More
We went there to grab a pizza one night while at the falls. Once you leave downtown Niagara Falls the surrounding area is very sketchy and Little Italy was no different. We did not feel safe, did not want to stick around, and picked up...More