Restaurants

Seafood in The Bronx

Tony's Pier

Fried or broiled and served in a paper basket with your choice of dipping sauce – that is how Tony's Pier does seafood. This City Island spot is located right on the water, and as the name suggests there is a large …
Mexican in The Bronx

La Morada

This boldly painted but unpretentious eatery in the South Bronx whips up outstanding fare from Oaxaca – one of Mexico's great culinary destinations. It's the famed spot to try meat (or veg-friendly chile relleno) sm…
Seafood in The Bronx

Randazzo’s Seafood

From May to mid-October, third-generation fishmonger Frank sets up a seafood stall and table outside his shop, allowing passersby to slurp on freshly shucked oysters, clams and sea urchins while taking in the street…
Bakery in The Bronx

Madonia Brothers Bakery

In The Godfather, mobster Peter Clemenza wisely tells his accomplice to ‘Leave the gun. Take the cannoli.' We suggest you do the same, and from this third-generation bakery, slap-bang in the heart of the Bronx’s Lit…
Deli in The Bronx

Casa della Mozzarella

Squeeze your way to the rear of this scrumptious little deli and chances are you’ll find Sicilian expat Orazio Carciotto doing what he does best – making silky, fresh, juicy mozzarella. Devour it in one of the deli’…
Italian in The Bronx

Zero Otto Nove

For stellar brick-oven pizzas and fresh pasta, try Zero Otto Nove, a mouthwatering trattoria set inside a cavernous (and wondrously fake) Salerno-inspired piazza. It’s on Arthur Ave, considered New York’s real Littl…