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Residents of the Italian-American neighborhoods along Arthur Avenue in the Bronx are the guardians of what some would call New York’s “real Little Italy”. Home to Doo-Wop music and authentic Italian restaurants and shops, many of the area’s businesses has have been family owned and operated for generations. The neighborhood is especially charming and festively decorated for the holiday Christmas season! Join guide Alexandra Maruri to explore the history of this vibrant Bronx neighborhood and warm up from the cold with visits to long-standing neighborhood delis, pastry shops, restaurants, the Arthur Avenue Market and more.