ATI Neighborhood Tours: Little Italy, NYC

host charming passersby in Little Italy

The hosts of these Italian restaurants lay on the heavy charm when enticing patrons into their establishments.

Little Italy is a New York City neighborhood that needs no explanation, but here’s one anyway. Nestled away in Lower Manhattan-Chinatown’s sprawl is the famous (and shrinking) Italian-American enclave. The smell of wood-burning brick ovens and basil beckons from every bistro, with tourists and religious relics dotting street corners. If it seems timeless, that’s because in many ways it is: some of the neighborhood’s signs and edifices have been left unchanged for nearly a century.

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