Feast of San Gennaro


From the late 19th Century and for the earliest decades of the 20th, New York was a city with a culture significantly shaped by generations of immigrants from Southern Italy. This allowed New York to develop a reputation as the home to some of the world’s finest Italian eateries, with authentic Italian restaurants that rival their Italian counterparts.

The feast of San Gennaro is a festival held annually in the Little Italy neighbourhood of New York and celebrates the best of Italian food that The Big Apple has to offer.