The Feast of San Gennaro was originally a one-day religious commemoration started by immigrants from Naples on Mulberry Street in Little Italy. Today, it is an 11-day extravaganza of delicious Italian street food, drinks, musical performances, processions, colorful parades, and a whole lot more. Come out to sample eats from the city’s best Italian restaurants, and watch charming events like the world-famous cannoli-eating competition. It’s one of New York City’s best, most welcoming, and delicious traditions.
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