The Best Restaurants in BRONX

For tourists, Manhattan's northern neighbor may be best known for its namesake zoo (one of the world's largest) and for Yankee baseball. But for New Yorkers, the Bronx brings to mind communities: Irish in Woodlawn, Mexican in Mott Haven, Bangladeshi in Parkchester, West Indian along White Plains Road, West African near the Grand Concourse. To satisfy a craving for all things Italian - American -- rich pastries and plump sausages, fresh pasta and fresh mozzarella, fat sandwiches and strong espresso -- Arthur Avenue is the heart of New York's true Little Italy, where shop owners and old-timers still do business in dialect. Each of these Bronx communities offers its own tastes of home, and each rewards the adventuresome visitor.

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