Where to Actually Eat Well in NYC’s Little Italy

Feb 07, 2022 1825

BY: Robert Sietsema, Alexandra Ilyashov, and Betsy Andrews

Manhattan’s Little Italy is home to a seemingly endless collection of overpriced, wildly mediocre restaurants packed with nostalgic tourists twirling spaghetti on their forks. Let’s face it: New Yorkers don’t eat in Little Italy.

At least, they don’t really eat in the Little Italy of today, a honkytonk stretch of Mulberry Street north of Canal, extending east to Mott Street and occasionally further, dotted with restaurants where the red sauce often tastes like it came from a single underground reservoir.

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SOURCE: https://ny.eater.com/

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