Arthur Avenue Food Tour: Little Italy of the Bronx

The Bronx neighborhood known as Arthur Avenue is one of New York's last enclaves of small, family-run food shops, most of which have been in business for over 100 years. The Belmont section of the Bronx, also known as Little Italy or simply “Arthur Avenue,” is one of New York's last enclaves of truly family-run food shops. On this epic food tour, we visit nearly a dozen Italian food shops, most of which are third generation owned We’ll start our food adventure at the famous Arthur Avenue Retail Market, where we’ll explore the many stalls inside and make a special stop to see what foods have just arrived from Italy. Next, we’ll head next door to a pork shop where the entire ceiling is covered with their homemade sausages. Then, our friend Diego will give us samples of his imported and homemade cheeses before we move onto a local bakery for a taste of their singular loaves. We’ll stop by a working fish market for a freshly shucked oyster, watch fresh pasta being made, and visit a neighborhood deli for a sample of their hand-pulled mozzarella. Finally, we’ll find out where NYC chefs get their Italian food supplies and why. Languages English ScheduleOpening dates11:00 - 13:30Closing dates SundayDuration: 2,5 HoursGuide optionsGuide type: GuideTips type: OptionalGroup type: Shared

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