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Little Italy restaraunts and pizza

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tiijab Sep 13, 2006 06:40 PM

Going to Little Italy for the weekend. Was wondering if anyone could give some suggestions on some really good restaraunts. Would also like to know if there's a REALLY good pizza joint in the area also! Thanks!

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  1. MMRuth RE: tiijab Sep 13, 2006 06:57 PM

    You might want to do a search for "Little Italy" on this board and see what comes up - but I think there is a general consensus that the food in Little Italy is not the greatest.

    http://www.chowhound.com/search/std?q...

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      tiijab RE: tiijab Sep 13, 2006 07:32 PM

      Ok...so by reading past replies I get that the food probably isn't the best in little italy. I've been many times, but have never really eaten there. Is there anyway to get some suggestions of some good restaraunts that are within walking distance of little italy?

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        bobby06877 RE: tiijab Sep 13, 2006 08:09 PM

        Peasant is very good and only a very short walk. Bianca is on Bleeker which is also just outside Mulberry Street. If you have to eat in Little Italy, Da Nico is usually a safe bet and they also have decent pizza. Lombardis is also just outside Little Italy and has very good pizza but it can be inconsistent at times. Peasant and Lombardis is in Nolita, which used to essentially be Little Italy before it shrunk to only a few blocks and Bleeker is in Noho,on Bleeker between Elizabeth and the Bowery.

      2. NAtiveNewYorker RE: tiijab Sep 13, 2006 07:34 PM

        Here is a summary from past posts:

        You could do worse than Benito II, 163 Mulberry St

        Angelos on Mulberry St.!!!

        dinner in nolita - va tutto or peasant - then walk the few blocks and have cannoli at ferraras

        Il Cortile in 125 Mulbery Street!!!

        Il Palazzo (151 Mulberry)!!!

        vincents

        SPQR

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          scrittrice RE: NAtiveNewYorker Sep 14, 2006 07:00 PM

          I love this--it's like a Chowhound haiku...

        2. thievery RE: tiijab Sep 14, 2006 05:24 PM

          the vodka slice at pomodoro (spring & mulberry) is very good and worth trying for a quick bite.

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            Jack_ RE: tiijab Sep 14, 2006 07:25 PM

            I like a slice from Sal's from time to time on Broome and Elizabeth ( is it still there? Or Ray's on Price and Mott for a slice. I've not been to Lombardi's

            Is the O'Neals on Grande any good?

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