9 personnes du coin recommandent · Prix estimé 2 de 4 ·
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What is now the cheery, bustling heart of Little Italy and Chinatown was once the core of the infamous Five Points slum, as seen in the 2002 Scorsese movie Gangs of New York. As you wander, imagine the scene that in 1842 inspired Dickens to write: “The patched and broken windows seem to scowl dimly, like eyes that have been hurt in drunken frays.” Roosts, where gangs would meet, abounded in 19th-century New York. But Bandit’s Roost, at 59 ½ Mulberry Street was the most famous, in part because of an 1888 photo by Jacob Riis that captured a menacing group gathered in the alley.
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Mulberry Street and Grand Street make up the heart of Little Italy. In the summer months, it is especially buzzing with excitement and keep an eye out for the Feast of San Gennaro around September. Grab a cannoli, toronne, Italian ice or gelato and enjoy the sights.
At the corner of mulberry and prince street there is a grocery store called "The Met"
Mulberry Street avec les Expériences Airbnb
Découvrez ce monument emblématique grâce aux expériences Airbnb, des activités en petit groupe animées par des gens du coin.
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