Café al Mercato is tucked away at the back of the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, opened by Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia in 1940.
Brew up a cup of coffee as perfect as any you’ll find at an old-school Arthur Avenue joint with a coffee or espresso machine from this kitchenware paradise.
The Bronx’s Little Italy is worth the trip.
Sure, it may be located a bit off Arthur Avenue’s main drag, but Antonio’s Trattoria is still a rising star in the Bronx’s Little Italy.
This Sicilian pastry shop has been baking on-premises for three generations, and is crowded with local ladies getting bread for supper and epicurean tourists visiting to sample the neighborhood's famous cannoli.
More than a library, this cultural center and community facility is dedicated to Italian-American heritage and offers a full range of programs for adults, young adults and children.
Step inside the Arthur Avenue Retail Market, wend your way past the men hand-rolling cigars and step up to Mike's Deli.
More than 60 years strong, Artuso Pastry stands as a testament to the power of old-world Italian baking in the Bronx’s Little Italy.
Soul food restaurant in the Bronx.
It doesn’t get more Italian than Arthur Avenue, and this Bronx restaurant does its location proud.
Located in the heart of New York’s “Real Little Italy”—Arthur Avenue in the Bronx—Mike’s Deli has been serving up authentic Italian cured meats, cheeses, oils and pasta for over 50 years.
Chef and restaurateur Roberto Paciullo came to the United States in 1970, naming his trattoria Zero Otto Nove—or 089—after the area code of his hometown of Salerno, Italy.