Posts Tagged: Little Italy

SoHo, Little Italy and Chinatown Tour

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New York Soho Little Italy chinatown tour

From 5324 Reviews You’ve seen the iconic skyscrapers, attended a Broadway show, visited Lady Liberty and relaxed in Central Park. Looking for a little more of the Big Apple? Maybe it’s time to visit some of Manhattan’s oldest and most enchanting historic districts. Free Tours by Foot is proud to take you on a relaxing […]

Little Italy Restaurants and Other Things to See

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Things to do Little Italy New York

This post covers the things to do and see in Little Italy in Lower Manhattan, including restaurants.  It also reviews and compares the various guided tours available to you.  We’ve created a self-guided tour and map of  the historical, architectural and culinary highlights. You can move at your own pace, choose what sights are of […]

Chicago Little Italy Food Tour | Self Guided

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Little Italy, sometimes called University Village, is a neighborhood on the Near West side of Chicago, just between the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) campus and the Illinois Medical District. Its Italian-American heritage primarily evident in the Italian-American restaurants of Taylor Street. The neighborhood is home to the National Italian American Sports Hall of […]

New York Mafia Tour

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New York Mafia tour

This New York mafia tour focuses on the 20th century Five Families of New York.  You’ll hear names like Genovese and Gambino. The “Teflon Don” John Gotti and “Crazy” Joey Gallo, and of course, Lucky Luciano. This tour takes you through the heart of Little Italy to the East Village and includes three stops in […]

Little Italy’s San Gennaro Feast

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Everybody needs a little Italian in their life from time to time, so get ready for the annual San Gennaro Feast.  Every September, Little Italy hosts the 11-day-long celebration in honor of Patron Saint of Naples. There are activities, live music performances, and street vendors.   You can watch the famous cannoli-eating competition, so don’t feel bad about trying […]