Hi, I'm Davide from Italy. My questions are about italian-american society in New York and, in particular, about Little Italy today
I read that now Little Italy is only a bunch of restaurant and other shops recently closed. Is it true?? I last went to New York in 2008 and I remember that Little Italy was only in a piece of Mulberry Street, but there still was Umberto's, Pasticceria Roma and so on. And you could breathe italian-american air.. And now how is it? Is it true that in Mulberry Street there isn't italian-american people living there? It would be very sad
How many italian-american people live there today?
Thank you very much!