The Official Site of Businesses of Arthur Avenue Known As LITTLE ITALY IN THE BRONX ™

June 2021

June 2021

Cool Treats
June 30, 2021: WLNY CBS New York
What’s your favorite way to beat the heat? At Borgatti’s the basil noodles and the lemon pepper are a popular choice for summer dishes. Watch more, here.

A Bronx Cheer from a Neighbor
June 15, 2021: GoNomad
The Bronx is full of culture and great destinations, Arthur Avenue being one of them. Some of the must stops include Teitel Brothers, Casa Della Mozzarella, Madonia Bakery, the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, Tra Di Noi, Roberto’s, and Zero Otto Nove. Each stop offers something delicious and unique. Read more, here.

Where to East, Drink, and Celebrate Father’s Day in New York City.
June 10, 2021: Eater NY
Father’s Day is nearly here, and what better way to spend the day, than at Mario’s Restaurant on Arthur Avenue? Dad and the entire family can enjoy lasagna, ravioli and more. Read more, here.

The Feast of St. Anthony Kicks Off!
June 9, 2021: News 12 The Bronx
The Feast of Saint Anthony, hosted by Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church kicks off today and continues through Sunday, June 13th. Enjoy live entertainment, food, rides, and amusements on East 187th St at Arthur Ave. Watch more, here.

The Most Delicious Food News in Westchester this June
June 3, 2021: Westchester Magazine
Piazza di Belmont, the piazza-style alfresco dining initiative is back on Arthur Avenue. Enjoy delicious food and stroll down the Avenue closed to vehicular traffic Fridays and Saturdays 6pm-10pm and Sundays 1pm-9pm. Read more, here.

Bronx Little Italy Safely Welcomes Families Back All Summer Long
June 1, 2021: Says Me Says Mom
The warm weather is here, school is almost out, and Bronx Little Italy is full of family-friendly eateries, artisan shops and restaurants. The whole family is sure to enjoy lasagna from Antonio’s Trattoria, giant slices from Full Moon Pizza, eggplant parmigiana from Mike’s Deli, rainbow cookies from Morrone Pastry, sandwiches from Tino’s Deli, and baked clams from Dominick’s Restaurant. Read more, here.