Flushing, Queens has a Chinese population rivaling Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown as well as a large Korean community, filled with Asian restaurants and shops.More
Ephemeral New York recently wrote about a former ethnic enclave in 19th-century Soho, where over 20,000 French immigrants lived and worked until the 1890s.More
Read about the history and locales of some of the lesser-known ethnic micro-neighborhoods that help make NYC the melting pot it is today in all five boroughs.More
In the ongoing Micro Neighborhoods series, Untapped Cities looks at Little Senegal in central Harlem, New York City.More
Looking at the neighborhood of Little Uzbekistan in Kensington, Brooklyn, NYC and exploring its history and layout.More
Examining one of NYC’s many neighborhoods, Little Guyana in Richmond Hill, Queens is home to one of the largest Guyanese populations in the US.More
From its numerous eateries to its cultural Polish establishments, come see what makes Greenpoint New York City’s very own Little Poland.More
With its abundance in Indian restaurants and numerous mom and pop shops, Jackson Heights stands out as New York City’s Little India.More
Welcome back to our new Untapped Cities series on NYC’s Micro Neighborhoods, where we delve into long standing ethnic enclaves.
Irish and American flags representing the neighborhood pride in Woodlawn. Photo via amNY.
Woodlawn, The Bronx
In the northern Bronx, just above its namesake cemetery and east of Van Cortlandt Park, you can find …More
Little Odessa is New York City’s very own Russian mecca. With a plethora of Russian attractions, Little Odessa offers a true Russian experience in NYC.More