Chuck's Favorite Eats: The Bronx

Find out where to eat on Arthur Avenue in the Bronx.

The Bronx's Arthur Avenue

Sure, you know the Bronx has a zoo, the Botanical Garden and Yankee Stadium. But did you also know it is home to New York City's biggest Little Italy? Here, on Arthur Avenue, Chuck gets his fill of Italian home cooking.

Zero Otto Nove

Chuck stops in at Zero Otto Nove, which owner Roberto Paciullo named after the telephone area code of his hometown in Salerno, Italy.

Pasta Al Forno

At Zero Otto Nove, Chef Roberto shows off his pasta al forno, a homey baked pasta dish just like his mama used to make.

Italian Ambiance    

Not only is the food at Zero Otto Nove an authentic taste of Naples, the walls of the trattoria also transport visitors to the streets of Salerno.

Fresh Mozzarella

At Casa della Mozzarella, Orazio Carciotto turns plain old milk into amazing fresh mozzarella.


Chuck poses with the two paisanos of Casa della Mozzarella, Orazio Carciotto and Peter Fusco.

Casa Della Mozzarella

Real men know how to make homemade mozzarella.

Vincent's Meat Market

At Vincent's Meat Market, Peter De Luca makes his own lamb sausage from scratch.

Sausage Galore

The selection of sausages at Vincent's Meat Market is impressive — and borderline overwhelming.

A Warm Welcome

Chuck heads to Peter's house for a home-cooked meal made by his Aunt Lillian.

Hospitality, Bronx-Style

Aunt Lillian prepares Chuck a delicious sandwich made with Peter's homemade sausage, peppers and fresh bread.



The Last Little Italy