Belmont is in the northwest of Bronx is called Little Italy (wiki). It’s far better, authentic and local than the one in New York City, next to Chinatown. The area has a lot to offer. To the west are New York Botanical Garden and Bronx Zoo. To the north is the Fordham University.
- butcher Vincent’s, the pork shop
- dined at Zero Otto
- got fresh mozzarella from Casa della Mozzarella
- pasta shop
- the little market @ the corner of Arthur and
Arthur Avenue is the main street, even it’s a one way street. The buzz in the air is the area is up and coming, being gentrified. I don’t really know why since Fordham University has been there since 1841. It’s very residential and restaurants buy from their neighbors, which is old fashioned and good for the local economy.
The waiting staff at Zero recommended this show: the Bronx Tale