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

October 2014

October 2014

An Insider’s Guide To NYC’s REAL Little Italy
October 27, 2014 : Business Insider

Many have heard about the “real” Little Italy in the Bronx, however some have yet to visit the neighborhood. Jackie Bryant explains that this is the real deal for anything Italian, and that the changes of the neighborhood only add to its coolness. She reviews many of the must see businesses including Calandra Cheese, Vincent’s Meat Market, Emilia’s and Randazzo’s Seafood to name a few. Read more about her recommendations and must try products, An Insider’s Guide To NYC’s REAL Little Italy.

“See Your City” encourages New Yorkers to explore the five boroughs
October 15, 2014 : Metro

Dreaming of an Italian getaway? NYC & Company, the city’s tourism marketing organization has a better idea for you: Arthur Avenue, an Italian enclave in the Bronx. NYC & Company recently launched their “See Your City” campaign, which is a three-month long effort to get New Yorkers to explore neighborhoods across the five boroughs. The “See Your City” website features attractions of the neighborhoods and good starting points. Read more about the campaign, “See Your City” encourages New Yorkers to explore the five boroughs.

Savor the Authentic Flavors and Culture of Bronx’s Little Italy
October 10, 2014 : NYC Neighborhood Development

Walking through the Belmont section of the Bronx, often referred to as Bronx Little Italy, is a truly unique experience. The vibrant community consists of world-class restaurants, high quality artisan food shops, and specialty stores carrying superb handmade and local and imported items. Read more about the neighborhood’s sense of authentic culture, Savor the Authentic Flavors and Culture of Bronx’s Little Italy.