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Little Italy

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Little Italy

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Chinatown, Five Points and Little Italy Walking Tour
$34.95 per adult
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SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Walking Tour
$35.00 per adult
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Chinatown and Little Italy Food Fest
$76.80 per adult
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Big Bus New York Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
$47.20 per adult
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New York in One Day Guided Sightseeing Tour
$89.00 per adult
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3 New York Neighborhoods Small-Group Tour : SoHo, Chinatown and Little Italy
$37.34 per adult
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Full Day Private Custom Tour of NYC
$476.00 per adult
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Mulberry Street, New York City, NY 10013
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New York Catacombs by Candlelight

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Perfect for history lovers, this tour of the historical Basilica of St. Patrick’s Old Cathedral in Lower Manhattan invites you into the catacombs, allowing you to see its pipe organ and venture to parts of the building that are normally closed to visitors. Beat the crowds on this tour and enjoy a personal encounter with this New York landmark.
$37.00 per adult
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Lolly’s Look wrote a review Sep 2020
New York City, New York11,864 contributions12,414 helpful votes
We always enjoy the San Gennaro feast in Little Italy. This year things were a little different. The feast was canceled. We decided to go anyway to have a great meal, stroll the streets and l support the restaurants. The streets were set up with the outdoor dining with festive lights. It was very empty, so we had our choice of dining spots. We have eaten at almost every restaurant in the area, and although we have. Few favorites, there are no bad choices. We sat and had a wonderful antipasto, wine, and dinner. Then did some shopping, and finally had dessert at Ferrara’s with caffe.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Alex W wrote a review Sep 2020
Sarasota, Florida67 contributions33 helpful votes
Go down to Little Italy in the heart of the city and enjoy an evening with your significant other. Great food, even better desserts and fun times on the street. You can even go dancing if you don't mind doing it in the street!
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Date of experience: September 2020
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David P wrote a review Aug 2020
New York City, New York45 contributions36 helpful votes
Such a great place but keeps getting smaller and smaller. Such a shame as great restaurants and shopping. Not sure little Italy will exist in the next 10 years as China Town is encroaching all around. What I don’t understand is Little Italy is so clean and you go to China Town and so dirty. I go to China often and so clean, why do they not respect the area they now occupy?
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Date of experience: August 2020
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87melindaw wrote a review Jul 2020
Chicago18 contributions16 helpful votes
If you want great Italian food, live entertainment and a wonderful evening out go to Casabella Restaurant! The portobello mushroom salad and traditional spaghetti and meatballs are to die for!
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Jeffry b wrote a review May 2020
Essendon, Australia6,186 contributions1,558 helpful votes
In the late 19th century, thousands of Italian immigrants flooded into Little Italy, a home-away-from home in New York City. Their neighbourhood was lively and full of the Italian way of life. Now it's reduced to three blocks, mach of it has has taken over by Chinatown. We were lucky enough to be in Little Italy for a community festival, which had a lot of energy. Many Italian people now live in New Jersey. This area of Lower Manhattan still retains links to the Old Country, however tenuous.
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Date of experience: March 2020
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