Simply hold the biscuit under running water for 2-3 seconds, then pile a chopped tomato salad on top. The oil and juice from the tomatoes will seep into the biscuit, softening it just enough to let your teeth sink in easily.
Summer on Arthur Avenue means oysters at the sidewalk raw bar, homemade Italian ices and a zucchini frittata inside the Retail Market. Here are the things best enjoyed during July and August in New York’s real Little Italy in the Bronx.
Macco is a hearty soup for the still cold days of early spring. Sicily expert Allison Scola shares her favorite recipe for fava bean soup and where you can get Sicilian fava beans and wild fennel in the Bronx.
Little Italy in the Bronx is heaven for cheese lovers. Find out where to get legendary ricotta, the best hand-pulled mozzarella and the only grated cheese Italian grandmother's allow on their Sunday table.
Food halls are popping up all over New York City, but the Arthur Avenue Retail Market has been open in the Bronx since 1940. Originally home to 117 pushcart vendors, today it boasts Sicilian gelato, panini, pizza, craft beer and an artisan butcher all under one roof.
Get everything you need for a simple seafood dinner, an elaborate Feast of the Seven Fishes, or just to slurp down a few oysters at a sidewalk raw bar at these fish markets on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx's Little Italy.
Fresh mozzarella is an Italian gourmet treat, but you don't need to go to Italy to find it. Here are the 7 places on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx's Little Italy that make fresh mozzarella by hand every day.
Mario Migliucci refused an offer to film the"The Godfather" in his Bronx Little Italy restaurant because he wanted to be known for great food, not a murder scene. Today, people still go to Mario's for the best pizza on Arthur Avenue.