When it comes to Italian food, NYC mama Melissa Schainker doesn’t fool around – she heads to the Bronx’s Arthur Avenue….New York’s REAL little Italy. She gives us the down low on Trattoria Zero Otto Nove’s killer cannolis and more
2357 Arthur Ave @186th Street
|Room Around Tables For Stroller:||YES|
|Accessible (No Stairs):||YES|
|Double Stroller Friendly:||YES|
|Half Portions Available:||YES|
|Changing Table Men’s:||NO|
|Changing Table Women’s:||NO|
Best for lunch and dinner
Appropriate for all ages but best for kids who are already potty trained cuz there’s no changing table 🙁
Sippy Cup Rating:
(3.5 / 5)
- This restaurant is a short bus ride from the Bronx zoo so if you’ve already ventured up that way, this neighborhood is a gem. Aside from several restaurants, there are old-school Italian bakeries nestled in the “real” little Italy of NYC.
- Save room for cannolis! They pipe them fresh. My son devoured his after a MULTI-course lunch.
Submitted By: Melissa Schainker
Melissa Schainker has lived in New York for four years after hopping coasts from San Francisco. She and her husband, Matt, have two children – one a West Coast dude and the other, a born-and-bred Upper East Side lady. As a family, they enjoy exploring new neighborhoods, running around parks and eating their way across the boroughs.
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