About Our Neighborhood

The authentic Italian culture found in the vibrant community of the Real Little Italy in the Bronx, often known as Arthur Avenue, sustains a thriving business district that includes world-class restaurants, high-quality artisanal food shops and specialty stores carrying superb handmade local and imported items. We are also home to Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church and the Enrico Fermi Italian Cultural Institute.

Upcoming & Recent Events

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  • Art Show 2016
    Bronx Little Italy’s Second Annual Art Show

    On Saturday, June 11th, the Belmont BID will host its second annual Art Show.  Spend the day in Bronx Little Italy and view different types of art from local artists, listen to live entertainment and shop and dine in the neighborhood.  If you’re an artist and would like to have your work in the show please fill out an expression of interest form.


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  • Cinco de Mayo 16
    11th Annual Cinco De Mayo Celebration

    Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. presents The Official Bronx Cinco de Mayo Event sponsored by C-Town. This free, family friendly event will feature will mariachi, free refreshments, a face painter and more! The celebration is on Crescent Avenue on Saturday, May 7th from 12-5pm.


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  • Car Show 2016
    Bronx Little Italy’s Second Annual Car Show

    *RAINDATE SUNDAY, MAY 15TH WILL BE USED* Get Ready, Get Set..Go! On Sunday, May 15th, the Belmont BID will host its second annual Car Show. Last year’s event was so much fun – we just had to do it again! The day will be filled with classic and exotic cars, trophies, music, food, prizes and more. If you are interested in having your car featured in the show please fill out a Registration Form. The event is sponsored by New Rochelle Chevrolet, SPMG Family and Gillin Auto Interiors.


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    • Hi! My name is Christine Taverna and I am an Australian high school student studying at Glenunga International High School, I am currently undertaking an extended research project. The question I have chosen to answer is; 'How did the immigration of Italians influence New York's culture? In order to complete the project I need to obtain primary resources and to do so I have designed a survey. The survey consists of four questions, three of which are multiple choice. It would be greatly appreciated if you could complete the survey! Thankyou in advance, Christine.

    • Nutella calzone from Zero Otto Nove on Arthur Avenue. Via Instagram @zeroottonove

      Nutella calzone from Zero Otto Nove on Arthur Avenue. 
Via Instagram @zeroottonove

    • So many great products at LuvLynn Inc on East 187th Street in Bronx Little Italy.

      So many great products at LuvLynn Inc on East 187th Street in Bronx Little Italy.

    • Lunchtime on the ave at San Gennaro restaurant on Arthur Avenue. Via Instagram @taleitalei

      Lunchtime on the ave at San Gennaro restaurant on Arthur Avenue. 
Via Instagram @taleitalei

    • This Saturday, May 7th CTown Supermarkets will be hosting their 11th Annual Cinco De Mayo Celebration on Crescent Avenue!

      This Saturday, May 7th CTown Supermarkets will be hosting their 11th Annual Cinco De Mayo Celebration on Crescent Avenue!

    • At Trattoria Tra Di Noi on East 187th Street. Via Instagram @dominick.rizzo

      At Trattoria Tra Di Noi on East 187th Street. 
Via Instagram @dominick.rizzo

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    • Chicken cutlet, prosciutto, eggplant and mozzarella from Joe's Italian Deli on East 187th Street. Via Instagram @breakfastatetiffany

      Chicken cutlet, prosciutto, eggplant and mozzarella from Joe's Italian Deli on East 187th Street. 
Via Instagram @breakfastatetiffany

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