Italian American Museum
Visit the Museum of Italian American Heritage on the corner of Grand St for a real education on the 'hood. Hours change frequently;...
Named for the mulberry farms that once stood here, Mulberry St is now better known as the meat in Little Italy's sauce. It's an animated...
Lurking behind an unmarked door is this intimate, cavernous cocktail den, with its festive, 'garden-party' backyard one of the best...
Ferrara Cafe & Bakery
Just a half block off of Mulberry is the legendary Ferrara Cafe and Bakery , brimming with classic Italian pastries and old-school...
199 Grand St at Mulberry St · interesting places nearby
One of very few Malaysian joints in the city, Nyonya is one of the best. The warm, honey-hued wood and exposed-brick interior is soothing – as are the various noodle soups, casseroles and roti canai (crispy pancakes). The mango shrimp, baby-oyster omelet and steamed fish in the house-special Nyonya sauce are all solid options; vegetarians, though, should go warned: there’s not much on the menu for you (many ‘veggie’ options are made with fish), and the menu is studded with frogs’ legs and fish heads.