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January 2020

January 2020

Little Italy in the Bronx to Host First Ever Restaurant week AvenueNYC Espeak
Jan 31, 2020:
Little Italy in the Bronx will be hosting its first ever restaurant week from February 3-13. Read more, here.

NY1 ‘s Coverage of Arthur Ave’s Restaurant Week
January 31, 2020: NY1

Check out NY1’s Coverage of Arthur Ave’s Restaurant Week. Watch, here.

Little Italy in the Bronx to Host First Ever Winter Restaurant Week
January 31, 2020: Bronx Mama

Little Italy in the Bronx will be hosting their first ever Winter Restaurant Week on weekdays from February 3rd to 13th. Diners have the opportunity to enjoy $20 three-course, prix-fixe lunch and $30 three-course, prix=fixe dinner at participating restaurants. Read more , here.

First Read Tonight
January 29, 2020: City & State NY

New York City Councilman Ritchie Torres and others attend the Belmont Business Improvement District’s press kickoff of the inaugural Little Italy in the Bronx Inaugural Winter Restaurant Week, Mario’s Restaurant, 2342 Arthur Ave., Bronx. Read more , here.

Little Italy in the Bronx Probably Has the Greatest Restaurant Week of All!
January 29, 2020: Luxe Life NYC

Valid Mondays through Thursdays from February 3-13, Little Italy in the Bronx Restaurant Week is a great time to head to the neighborhood and enjoy a three course lunch or dinner for a special price. Participating restaurants include: Ann & Tony’s, Antonio’s Trattoria, Arthur Ave Fiasco, Gerbasi Ristorante, Mario’s Restaurant, MichaelAngelo’s, MangiPasta, and San Gennaro Ristorante. Read more, here.

20 of the most overrated travel destinations around the world
January 18, 2020: Business Insider

In a city a big as New York, you can find almost every time of cuisine. Many times you’ll be surprised at just how authentic it is. Talk to any local, and they’ll tell you that if you’re looking for real Italian-American food in New York City, head to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx. Read more, here.

Little Italy in the Bronx Restaurant Week
January 15, 2020: The Chef’s Connection

Often referred to as Arthur Avenue or the “Real Little Italy,” the Belmont neighborhood features NYC’s best, authentic Italian restaurants, butchers, bakers, fish markets, delis, pastry shops and specialty stores. The Belmont BID is launching the inaugural Little Italy in the Bronx Restaurant Week, starting Monday, February 3rd to Thursday, February 13th, where diners can enjoy authentic three course prix-fixe meals for lunch and dinner for $20 and $30 respectively. Read more, here.

11 Places to Eat in the Bronx’s Little Italy
January 13, 2020: PureWow

Many streets define a borough, in the Bronx, one of them is certainly Arthur Avenue. The family-friendly area has tons of delicious dining spots. 11 can’t miss locations to check out on your next visit include Addeo Bakery, Terranova Bakery, the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, Full Moon Pizza, Antonio’s Trattoria, Prince Coffee House, Delillo Pastry Shop, Artuso Pastry, Dominick’s Restaurant, Gerbasi Ristorante, and San Gennaro Ristorante. Read more, here.

Little Italy in the Bronx Restaurant Week will take place from Feb. 3-13
January 11, 2020: BronxTimes

Restaurants along the popular Arthur Avenue strip will showcase their wide variety of Italian cuisine as part of this inuagural event. The extravaganza will include eight local restaurants that are featuring a $20 three course prix-fixe lunch, a $30 three course prix-fixe dinner, and other options. Read more, here.

NYC is a Melting Pot of Global Cultures. Here’s Where to Experience Them.
January 7, 2020: HI New York City Hostel

New York has always been an immigrant city, and many of the city’s neighborhoods continue to reflect this collective diversity. Arthur Avenue, an Italian enclave, is where DeNiro and Pesci met. In this real Little Italy, families still prepare food the old-fashioned way with ingredients from stores like Casa Della Mozzarella, Artuso Pastry Shop, and Calabria Pork Store. Read more, here.

La Casa Grande Cigars
January 7, 2020: NY2C

La Casa Grande began as a small cigar booth in the world famous Arthur Avenue Retail Market and became a beautiful boutique factory with the finest selection of premium cigars in the Bronx. Their clientele includes locals, tourists from across the globe, and even distinguished visitors like politicians and celebrities. Read more, here.

Peter’s Meat Market
January 7, 2020: NY2C

Inside the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, you’ll find Peter’s Meat Market. Co-owner Mike Rella, didn’t always want to be a butcher, but after learning about the business and the customer interactions, it became a pleasure. Since the 1970’s, people love to see the fresh products and to know exactly what they’re getting. Read more, here.

BP Diaz kicks off 9th Annual “Savor the Bronx” Restaurant Week
January 6, 2020: The Bronx Chronicle

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. celebrated the start of the 9th Annual Savor the Bronx Restaurant Week. The borough’s culinary institutions are second to none. From January 6th to January 17th , you can enjoy deals at Arthur Avenue favorites like Antonio’s Trattoria, The Bronx Beer Hall, Mike’s Deli, and San Gennaro. Read more, here.

Dining Deal: Fiasco
January 4, 2020: CBS New York

When it comes to really great Italian food, there are no shortage of amazing options in New York City, but really just one destination: Arthur Avenue. Tony Tantillo visits Arthur Ave Fiasco where there’s action in the kitchen and a very welcome dining room for flavorful Italian-American food. Read more, here.

Make Fresh Pasta Like A Chef from Arthur Avenue
January 2, 2020: BTR Today

Pasta making requires focus and finesse but offers rich rewards, especially in the dark and cold days of winter. Aurora Cerrato, chef and co-owner of MangiPasta, shares some recommendations for making restaurant-quality pasta at home. Split the labor with a food processor, and moisture level is key. Read more, here.