We are unapologetically biased in our restaurant selections. Our listings feature those spots which serve healthful food in a pleasant atmosphere with quality service. We love to eat; we love to feel good about our bodies; and we know how closely these two things are related--so what you will find here are restaurants where the food tastes as good as it is good for you. If you have a yen from something else, or want to find a more thorough listing of restaurants in town, we recommend www.zagats.com, and The New York Times on-line directory.
Little Italy really is little. The area is a string of Italian groceries, restaurants, and cafes that run the five blocks between Canal and Spring Streets on Mulberry and Mott Streets. Her sidewalks are packed with happily gesticulating and laughing people. Cross the street heading south and hello Chinatown; step west and you are in Soho. Visit Little Italy to eat. Visit DiPaloís at Mott and Grand to take a little Italian fare home with you. The Festival of San Gennaro is held in Little Italy at the end of September. If youíre in town, visit then.