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Ferragosto 2020

On Arthur Avenue between E 187th St and Crescent Avenue in the Bronx
Sunday, September 13, 2020 from 12 Noon – 6 PM

Ferragosto 2019 was truly wonderful! The entire neighborhood was thrilled to welcome 30,000 attendees to our annual Festival. We’re already looking forward to next years event! It’s a day filled with Italian culture, fantastically delicious food, and wonderful entertainment. You’ll experience the neighborhood’s old-world charm, and savor some of the City’s best pizza, pasta, mozzarella, cannoli, and more!

In the meantime, visit Bronx Little Italy to learn more about the neighborhood and our other events throughout the year. Of course you’re always welcome to the neighborhood to enjoy our world-class restaurants, and shop at our artisan food shops and specialty stores that carry superb handmade local and imported items.

About  

Going back centuries, the Ferragosto tradition recognizes the end of the harvest season and enjoying the fruits of those labors.  Over 20 years ago, the merchants of  Arthur Avenue and East 187th Street decided to bring the Italian tradition to the Bronx, and engage visitors in Italian culture, traditions,  musical and theatrical entertainment, and of course, the most delicious food. Since then, the Ferragosto event continues to grow each year averaging over 20,000 guests who travel from near and far to make it part of their own family tradition.

The “Real” Little Italy in the Bronx is home to dozens of family-owned businesses, many of which are owned and operated by the same families that founded them nearly a century ago. Visitors enjoy the neighborhood’s small-town charm, authenticity,  and  preservation of Italian culture.

We hope to see you at Ferragosto where you can experience first-hand the neighborhood’s old-world charm and tradition of good-taste!

15 Responses to Home

  1. Paul Verlezza says:

    Love to enjoy the ole’ school bronx fair. Count me in.

  2. mike says:

    my farther in law is from Bronx he love is place he pass on about three yrs before he left he pass on he miss is home the Bronx and we miss him and is kids miss him very more

  3. We all enjoyed today!! Great food , great friends great memories!!

    Thank you

  4. Bridget Guzzi says:

    We will be in next week. We missed this event by one week…We would like to attend next year, do you have upcoming dates available. Thank you.

  5. Anthony Rotoli says:

    I was born on Beaumont Ave Lived there for 40 years still go back ever to months for friends reunion .Im also the president of the Vigiano Brothers Lodge Order Sons Of Italy .I introduce My members to the Italia Culture Of Arthur Avenue/Belmont And they loved it This year will third time I will Bring them down by Bus.

  6. dante ciambrone says:

    Where from providence ri we go every year

  7. WE WILL BE THERE YOU CAN’T BEAT THE FOOD AND THE PEOPLE AT MARIO’S THE BEST PIZZA IN THE WORLD GOOD OLD TIME QUALITY

  8. Anthony Zagaria says:

    Being Born in the Bronx and living there the 1st 10 years of my young childhood(650e.182nd st )(ph We3-2713) .Ever time go back to do some Food shopping it brings back fond memories. I reminisce about Uncles, Aunts ,friends of the families and I still remember my friends. Gone are the days when you would eat fresh food bought by my mom that day. That is why I pay homage to little Italy in the Bronx— Farragousta

  9. Ignacio - Valentin Rosado says:

    ITALIANÍSSIMOOOO…

  10. Bulfamante Family says:

    Born, Raised, loved it, still do.

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  12. Marie DiFranco Shaker says:

    There is an “Arthur” Avenue in Cleveland, Ohio, also. My Papa lived there when he came from Italy. It seems to have been where all the Italians gathered to be near each other. We celebrate the Feast of the Assumption on August 15 in our Little Italy.

  13. Gary DiGrazia Sr says:

    We are coming from Calif, San Francisco Bay Area to attend the Festival and hang in NY 5 days. Looking for good things to do. Italians over here!

  14. C Marasca says:

    Great celebration keep it going

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