Do You Like Italy?

       Or even Italian food?  If so, here’s a list from USA Today naming 10 great places that feel a little like Italy:

  1. French Quarter in New Orleans [that sounds rather odd, doesn’t it?]
  2. Little Italy in New York City’s Manhattan, with a big Christmas celebration
  3. Arthur Avenue in New York City’s Bronx, most popular for Arthur Avenue Deli and Arthur Avenue Retail Market
  4. 9th Street Italian Market in Philadelphia (remember Rocky?)
  5. The Hill in St. Louis
  6. North End in Boston (I’ve had some excellent meals at Lucca there)
  7. Federal Hill in Providence
  8. North Beach in San Francisco, not far from Fisherman’s Wharf
  9. Little Italy in San Diego
  10. Wooster Street in New Haven

       I’ve never visited Italy, but I do love Italian food.  If you’re the same, any of these places call for a visit…

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Death on Broadway

Death Beneath the Streets

Death in Central Park 

Death in The Cloisters (under construction)

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