Join the Museum of Food and Drink for a Conversation on the Food History of Little Italy

It’s no secret that Arthur Avenue is one of the top food destinations in the Bronx. With so many places to choose from, you’re never at a loss for some delicious Italian fare. This Thursday, June 9, 2016, the Museum of Food and Drink is hosting Arthur Avenue: Small Town Charm, Big City Appetite, a conversation about the food history of Arthur Avenue. Taking place in Amazing Space, the panel will be moderated by Dr. Rocco Marinaccio of Manhattan College and include Angel Hernandez of the Bronx County Historical Society, plus local business owners David Greco of Mike’s Deli, Gil Teitel of Teitel Brothers, and Vera Terranova of Terranova Bakery.  After the talk, there will be a tasting from the local restaurants. Yum! (Reasonably priced!) Tickets can be purchased online here.

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