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Restaurants

Restaurants

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You may think it’s cliché to rave about the restaurants in Little Italy, but trust me, the praise is more than deserved. Before people move to the area, they expect the food to be good, but they never expect it to as spectacular as it actually is. This is a neighborhood where you’ll be able to smell homemade pasta or fresh baked pastries from local bakeries as you walk down the neighborhood’s main street. The only annoying thing is that the community has become touristy, so on the weekends you’ll see a lot of people with “I HEART NY” shirts walking through the local shops and eateries. But there are secret spots that you’ll learn about if you live here that aren’t crowded, yet serve food that will make you feel like you’re in Tuscany.

 
 
Recreation

Recreation

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Little Italy has many shops, vendors, historical sites, restaurants, cafés, and bars that will keep you busy if you live in the neighborhood or nearby. But the real draw of the neighborhood is its close location to downtown Manhattan, which is one of the best places to play in the entire world. You could argue that both areas, Little Italy and downtown, are constantly infested with tourists. But if you rent here, you and your friends will tap into the local scene and will no longer be going to Times Square on the weekend for kicks (not that there’s anything wrong with that). Manhattan has more things to do, and more recreation (depending on your definition of the word) than anywhere in the country, and if you rent in Little Italy you’ll have great access to the most exciting parts of the borough.

 
 

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Picture Bedrooms Rent Address Updated
thumbnail 0 Bed $15,000 230 Mulberry Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $2,800 200 Bowery, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $12,000 240 Center Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $5,750 11 Prince Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $3,895 234 Mott Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 1 Bed $3,550 301 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 2 Bed $4,795 20 Prince Street, New York, NY January 25th
thumbnail 3 Bed $6,300 264 Elizabeth Street, New York, NY January 25th
1 Bed $4,550 298 Mulberry Street, New York, NY January 24th
thumbnail 1 Bed $11,750 262 Bowery, New York, NY January 24th
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