Bronx Visitor Guide 2022/23

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SPORTS 23 SHOPPING 24 DINING & NIGHTLIFE 26 TOURS 33 SERVICES & SUPPLIERS 36 The Bronx Visitors Guide is a publication of The Bronx Tourism Council (BTC). Contents and design ©2022 all rights reserved. Reproduction or any alterations without written consent is strictly prohibited. Every effort was made to ensure accuracy of the information in this guide as of press time. However, BTC assumes no responsibility for errors, changes or omissions. BTC makes no endorsement, representation or warranty regarding the suitability, quality or availability of any goods or services advertised or listed in this publication. Listings and advertisements may have been provided by the subject companies and BTC shall not be responsible or liable for any inaccuracy, omission or infringement of any third party’s rights therein, or for personal injury or any other damage or injury whatsoever. Printed in the USA.

Olga Luz Tirado Executive Director Cover photography by William Murray

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WELCOME TO THE BRONX ATTRACTIONS BRONX GREENWAYS The Bronx is considered the borough of parks. Though famous for its urban environment and famous sites, 25% of the borough’s landmass consists of natural forest. Bronx County is also known for its extensive greenways. Mosholu Parkway Greenway runs from Van Cortlandt Park to Bronx Park. Pelham Parkway Greenway runs from The Bronx Zoo to Pelham Bay Park over to Orchard Beach and City Island and up to Westchester County. Hutchinson River Greenway runs from the Cross Bronx Expressway to Pelham Parkway with plans to extend further north to Westchester County. Hudson River Greenway runs north-south along the western edge of Manhattan ending at Inwood Hill Park, but plans will have the path going through Riverdale in The Bronx and extend up to Yonkers. Bronx Harlem River Greenway will run along the Harlem River from the RFK Bridge to Van Cortlandt Park. South Bronx Greenway will connect The Bronx River Greenway through Hunts Point to the Randall’s Island Connector. Bronx River Greenway will run from Hunts Point extending north to Westchester. Soundview Greenway will connect The Bronx River Greenway to the Hutchinson River Greenway.

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A MESSAGE FROM BOROUGH PRESIDENT VANESSA L. GIBSON ¡Bienvenidos! Welcome! As the newly elected Bronx Borough President, I am honored and excited to share greetings in this year’s Bronx Visitors Guide about our great borough that spans 12 community boards, over 50 neighborhoods and some of the best restaurants, cultural attractions, and shopping destinations in New York City. Our borough has a little bit of something for everyone, and this guide will serve as a resource to you and your family to explore some of the best locations to visit during your trip to the Boogie Down. You can see exciting cultural exhibits from diverse artists across the city by going to The Bronx Museum of the Arts or to Wave Hill, attend a baseball game at Yankee Stadium, eat delicious Italian cuisine on Arthur Avenue, enjoy seafood by the water on City Island, take your family on a wildlife adventure at The Bronx Zoo, partake in an activity at the 250-acre New York Botanical Garden, enjoy a nature walk through one of our local parks, take in a concert at Orchard Beach, or sit back and enjoy a drink at one of our breweries or distilleries. Whatever you are in the mood to do, we have it here in The Bronx, and we are always expanding and evolving to suit the needs and interests of our residents and visitors. Let the information in this guide motivate you to explore The Bronx and see firsthand what makes this borough a great place to visit. You can also view this guide on a smartphone, electronic device, or on the official website of The Bronx Tourism Council, www. Enjoy your time in The Bronx and please don’t ever hesitate to say hello to me or my team while you are here.

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WELCOME TO THE BRONX ATTRACTIONS SUBWAYS & TRAINS Subway and train lines in The Bronx generally run north-south, and are the best option for getting to and from the other boroughs. The 4/5/6 trains travel to the east side of Manhattan, while the B/D/1/2 trains go to the west side. Subway and commuter rail maps are available from the station agent at most subway stations.

Metro-North Railroad commuter trains run about once every half-hour on weekdays and about once per hour on weekends at most stations, providing easy access between Grand Central Terminal, the Hudson Valley and Connecticut. BUSES Every corner of The Bronx is accessible by bus, and it’s the best way to travel east-west across the borough. The Bronx has three Select Bus Service (SBS) routes, the Bx12 SBS serving Fordham Road and Pelham Parkway, the Bx41 SBS, serving Webster Avenue, and the Bx6, servicing the south Bronx crosstown. All SBS buses require payment before boarding; keep the receipt from the ticket vending machine as proof-ofpayment for the duration of your trip. AIRPORTS Of the three major airports in the New York City area, The Bronx is closest to LaGuardia Airport, just across the East River. The best way to get there by public transportation is to travel by subway or Metro-North into Manhattan and transfer at 125th street to the M60 SBS. To get to John F. Kennedy International Airport, travel by subway into Manhattan and transfer to a Jamaica Center (Queens)-bound E train. At Sutphin Blvd-Archer Ave-JFK Airport, transfer to the AirTrain for service to all terminals. For service to Newark Liberty International Airport, travel to Penn Station and board a New Jersey Transit train with service to the airport on the Northeast Corridor Line or the North Jersey Coast Line.

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A MESSAGE FROM OLGA LUZ TIRADO EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR After what seemed to be a lifetime of utter chaos, I am happy to welcome you, once again, to The Bronx. The resilience of this city is truly inspiring. As the world hit “pause” we conspired. We met on tiny screens, over the phone, in parks masked and several feet apart. We shared ideas, commiserated about losses, and at times shed a tear or two. We’ve endured and come together as the strong and cohesive community that we are and always have been. We are ready. The Bronx Children’s Museum is opening its doors soon. The Universal Hip Hop Museum is under construction, The Bronx Museum of the Arts is open with new rotating exhibits planned for the entire year. The New York Botanical Garden Orchid Show, the Holiday Train Show and other beautiful outdoor exhibits are underway. The Bronx Zoo has tons of fun for the entire family from age one to one hundred, and tour guides are back on the streets providing great historical information about our borough. There are concerts, theater performances, sports events, and festivals happening. We have a lot to celebrate. History has been made on several levels nationally and locally. Cultural institutions are open, tours are taking place, and most importantly, some of us are hugging again. Our award-winning podcast, Go Bronx Pod, will be coming back for a season two focusing on neighborhoods and communities. AND we will soon be getting our brand-new trolley to offer tours that span our great borough. The Bronx is back and we are waiting for you.

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ATTRACTIONS ARTHUR AVENUE Named one of “The Great Streets of America” by the American Planners Association in 2016, the real Little Italy is the best place to buy fresh pasta, cheese, meats and pastries and is filled with many top-rated restaurants offering authentic Italian cuisine. Arthur Ave. & Crescent Ave. | btwn E. 184 & 187 St. ART DECO The Bronx has the second largest conglomeration of Art Deco architecture with over 400 Art Deco buildings. The Grand Concourse has been recognized as a landmark district for its Art Deco landscape. BARTOW-PELL MANSION MUSEUM AND GARDENS Built in the 1830s, it is both a New York City and a National Landmark located in a country-like setting. 895 Shore Road | 718.885.1461 | BRONX COUNTY BUILDING One of many Art Deco buildings found on the Grand Concourse. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places. | E. 161st St & Grand Concourse THE BRONX RIVER Named after the colonial settler from Sweden, Jonas Bronck, this 23-mile river flows for 8 miles through the heart of The Bronx. Canoe trips are available through The Bronx River Alliance. | 718.430.4665 | BRONX WALK OF FAME The Bronx pays tribute to over 120 famous Bronxites with street signs along the Grand Concourse. THE BRONX ZOO The largest urban zoological park in the U.S., with more than 6,000 exotic animals representing over 600 species. 2300 Southern Blvd | 718.367.1010 | CASITA MARIA GALLERY Built in 2009, the gallery exhibits 4 to 6 emerging and established artists per year. 928 Simpson St. 6th fl | 718.589.2230 | CITY ISLAND This seaside community has the look and feel of a small New England fishing village. It is famous for its seafood restaurants, local shops and art galleries.

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ATTRACTIONS ATTRACTIONS THE CITY ISLAND NAUTICAL MUSEUM Located in a landmarked 19th century public school building, it serves as a repository for the island’s rich maritime history as well as artifacts, documents, artwork, and photographs referencing the island’s role in sails, boats, military vessels, and famous yachts competing in the America’s Cup. | 190 Fordham St | 718.885.0008 DERNFER JUDAICA MUSEUM + THE ART COLLECTION AT HEBREW HOME AT RIVERDALE Collections and exhibitions include modern and contemporary art, historical artifacts of world cultures and Jewish ritual objects. 5901 Palisade Ave | 718.581.1596 | EDGAR ALLAN POE COTTAGE Built in 1812, this small wooden farmhouse is where the famous and prolific writer spent the last years of his life. Kingsbridge Road & the Grand Concourse ENRICO FERMI CULTURAL CENTER This is also the Belmont Branch of the New York Public Library located in the heart of the real Little Italy since 1981 and specializing in Italian culture. 610 E. 186th St. | 718.933.6410 THE GRAND CONCOURSE Known as the “Grand Boulevard and Concourse,” it is the longest street in The Bronx, spanning four miles in length and 180 feet across. HALL OF FAME FOR GREAT AMERICANS Opened in 1901, a roofed walkway located on the campus of Bronx Community College, and lined with imposing columns and 98 bronze busts of celebrated Americans. 2155 University Ave. | 718.289.5170

THE HIGH BRIDGE Completed in 1848, it is the oldest bridge in NYC. Once part of the Old Croton Aqueduct, many Bronxites such as Edgar Allan Poe, would take contemplative strolls across this arch bridge. Located on W. 170th St Go Bronx!

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HUNTINGTON FREE LIBRARY Opened in 1891 by railroad magnate Collis P. Huntington to “provide a place where all persons without distinction of race or creed may assemble for the purpose of reading, study, education and selfimprovement.” This remains the ethos of the library even today. | 9 Westchester Square | 718.829.7770 JOYCE KILMER PARK Named after the American poet mainly remembered for his short poem “Trees.” | 955 Walton Ave KINGSBRIDGE ARMORY Built in the early 20th century, it is believed to be the largest armory in the world with over five acres of space. 29 W. Kingsbridge Road LONGWOOD ART GALLERY @ HOSTOS With 4-5 exhibitions annually, this gallery is one of New York City’s oldest and longest running alternative spaces. | 450 Grand Concourse | 718.518.6728 Page 10

ATTRACTIONS ATTRACTIONS LORELEI FOUNTAIN The Heinrich Heine Fountain (also known as the Lorelei Fountain) honors the German poet, writer, and social dissident Heinrich Heine (1797–1856), who wrote “Die Lorelei.” Grand Concourse & E. 161st St. NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN America’s premier urban garden, with special exhibitions, seasonal programs and engaging activities. 2900 Southern Blvd | 718.817.8700 | ORCHARD BEACH This manmade beach opened in the 1930s and was dubbed “The Riviera of New York.” The beach also plays host to many summer concerts. 1 Orchard Beach Road PELHAM BAY PARK At nearly 3,000 acres, it is the largest natural park in New York City. Watt Ave & Middletown Road VALENTINE-VARIAN HOUSE Built in 1758 by Blacksmith Isaac Valentine, this four-level fieldstone farmhouse is the second oldest house in The Bronx. It is also the home of the Museum of Bronx History. 3266 Bainbridge Ave |

VAN CORTLANDT PARK GOLF COURSE Located in Van Cortlandt Park, this institution opened its doors on July 6, 1895 making it the oldest municipal golf course in the United States. 115 Van Cortlandt Park South | 718.543.4595 VAN CORTLANDT HOUSE MUSEUM Built in the year 1748, it is known as the oldest house in The Bronx. It is located in Van Cortlandt Park. 6036 Broadway | 718.543.3344 |

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VAN CORTLANDT PARK At over 1,000 acres, it is bigger than Central Park and is the second largest park in The Bronx. Broadway & 242nd St.

WAVE HILL A 28-acre public horticultural garden and cultural center overlooking the majestic Hudson River. 675 W. 252nd St | 718.549.3200 | WOODLAWN CEMETERY Founded in 1863, this cemetery is a National Historic Landmark spanning 400 acres. Its monuments represent some of the best examples of memorial art and architecture in the nation. 4199 Webster Ave | 718.920.0500 | YANKEE STADIUM The current Yankee Stadium was completed in 2009 and is located across the street from the original location of the “House that Ruth Built,” which was built in 1923. The area is now the home of Heritage Field. 1 E. 161 St | 718.293.4300 |

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ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT BARTOW-PELL MANSION MUSEUM 895 Shore Road | 718.885.1461 | BRONX ACADEMY OF ARTS & DANCE 2474 Westchester Ave | 718.842.5223 | BRONX ARTS ENSEMBLE 80 Van Cortlandt Park South | 718.601.7399 BRONX ART SPACE 305 E. 140th St | 718.401.8144 | BRONX CHILDREN’S MUSEUM 725 Exterior St | 347.971.2155 BRONX COUNCIL ON THE ARTS 1738 Hone Ave | 718.931.9500 | BRONX DOCUMENTARY CENTER 614 Courtlandt Ave | 718.993.3512 | BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS 1040 Grand Concourse | 718.681.6000 BRONX MUSIC HERITAGE CENTER 1303 Louis Nine Blvd | 347.708.7591 BRONX RIVER ALLIANCE 1 Bronx River Parkway | 718.430.4665 BRONX RIVER ARTS CENTER 1087 E. Tremont Ave | 718.589.5819 | CASITA MARIA CENTER FOR ARTS & EDUCATION 928 Simpson St | 718.598.2230 | DERFNER JUDAICA MUSEUM + THE ART COLLECTION AT HEBREW HOME AT RIVERDALE 5901 Palisade Ave | 718.581.1596 | ELISA CONTEMPORARY ART 5622 Mosholu Ave | 212.729.4974 Page 14

ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT FOCAL POINT GALLERY 321 City Island Ave | 718.885.1403 GLYNDOR GALLERY @ WAVE HILL West 249th St & Independence Ave 718.549.3200 | HOSTOS CENTER FOR THE ARTS & CULTURE 450 Grand Concourse | 718.518.4455 KALEIDOSCOPE GALLERY 280 City Island Ave | 718.885.3090 LEHMAN COLLEGE ART GALLERY 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8731 LEHMAN STAGES 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8024 LEHMAN CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8833 THE LOVINGER THEATER 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8495 LONGWOOD ARTS GALLERY @ HOSTOS 450 Grand Concourse | 718.518.6728 | MUSEUM OF BRONX HISTORY 3309 Bainbridge Ave | 718.881.8900 PREGONES THEATER 571 Walton Ave | 718.585.1202 | UNIVERSAL HIP-HOP MUSEUM 610 Exterior St | 347.454.2793 |

WALLWORKS NY ART GALLERY 39 Bruckner Blvd | 917.825.9342 |

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1776 Eastchester Road 718.239.3939


436 E 149 St 718.407.2800


2477 Third Ave. 718.402.5555

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143 East 150 St 718.402.9310


2568 Park Ave 929.526.5900

DID YOU KNOW? The Bronx is the borough of parks? One quarter of the borough’s landmass is parkland!

The Bronx is the birthplace of Hip Hop? The Hip Hop scene emerged in the 1970’s at 1520 Sedgwick Avenue!

The Bronx is home to the winningest team in the country? Known as “The Bronx Bombers,” the New York Yankees have won 27 championship appearances, the most victories by any team! Go Bronx!

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SPORTS Cary Leeds Center.

Photo Credit: Ashley Marshall

BRONX EQUESTRIAN CENTER 9 Shore Road | 718.885.0551 CARY LEEDS CENTER FOR TENNIS & LEARNING 1720 Crotona Ave | 718.247.7420 | FORDHAM UNIVERSITY RAMS 441 E. Fordham Road | 718.817.1000 | MANHATTAN COLLEGE JASPERS 4513 Manhattan College Parkway | 718.862.8000 NEW YORK CITY FOOTBALL CLUB Yankee Stadium, 1 E. 161 St. | 855.77.NYCFC | NEW YORK TENNIS CLUB 3081 Harding Ave | 718.239.7919 | NEW YORK YANKEES One E. 161st St | 718.293.4300 | PELHAM BAY & SPLIT ROCK GOLF COURSE 870 Shore Road | 718.885.1258 | RIVERDALE STABLES 6100 Mosholu Pkwy | 718.548.4848 | TURTLE COVE GOLF & BASEBALL 1 City Island Road | 718.885.1129 | Go Bronx!

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Arthur Avenue Retail Market. Photo credit: Joe Buglewicz

ARTHUR AVENUE RETAIL MARKET 2344 Arthur Ave | 718.295.5033 BRONX TERMINAL MARKET/GATEWAY MALL 610 Exterior St | 718.513.7725 FORDHAM ROAD From Jerome Ave to Washington Ave 718.562.2104 | THE HUB 168 Third Ave. Bridge | 347.261.3998 THE MALL AT BAY PLAZA 200 Baychester Ave. |718.208.2751 RIVERDALE CROSSING 184 W. 237th St. | RIVER PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 50 W. 225th St THROGGS NECK SHOPPING CENTER 815 Hutchinson River Pkwy Page 24

DINING & NIGHTLIFE AMERICAN FARE BARBECUE PIT 5788 Mosholu Avenue | 718-601-2400

BRONX ALEHOUSE 216 West 238th Street | 718-601-0204

BRONX DRAFTHOUSE 884 Gerard Avenue | 929-265-9759

FINE FOOD CUISINE 671 Morris Park Avenue | 718-822-1991

GOLDEN EAGLE 682 Morris Park Avenue | 718-822-9433

GOLDEN EAGLE II Diner 975 Morris Park Avenue | 718-863-4028

CHARLIES BAR & KITCHEN 112 Lincoln Avenue | 718-684-2338

CONNAUGHTON’S RIVERDALE STEAK HOUSE 5700 Riverdale Avenue | 718-549-9946

HUDSON GARDEN GRILL 2900 Southern Boulevard | 646-627-7711

JAKE’S STEAKHOUSE 6031 Broadway | 718-581-0182

MORRIS PARK INN 1024 Morris Park Avenue | 718-239-4109

ROSA’S AT PARK 2568 Park Avenue | 929-502-3700

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ASIAN CEETAY 129 Alexander Avenue | 718-618-7020

COM TAM NINH KIEU 2641 Jerome Avenue | 718-450-3833

SIAM SQUARE 564 Kappock Street | 718-432-8200

FUSION BEATSTRO 135 Alexander Avenue | 718-489-9397

KING SEA FOOD 675 Morris Park Avenue | 347-281-9380

TASTY CHOICE 704 Morris Park Avenue | 845-395-3396

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ANTONIO’S TRATTORIA 2370 Belmont Avenue | 718-733-6630

ARTHUR AVE FIASCO 2306 Arthur Avenue | 718-618-0806

ARTIE’S STEAK & SEAFOOD 394 City Island Avenue | 718-885-9885

DA FRANCO & TONY RISTORANTE 2815 Middletown Road

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EMILIA'S RESTAURANT 2331 Arthur Avenue | 718-367-5915

EMILIO’S OF MORRIS PARK 1051 Morris Park Avenue | 718-822-6758

FIASCO 2376 Arthur Avenue | 718-618-0806

GERBASI RISTORANTE 2389 Arthur Avenue | 718-220-5735

ICE HOUSE CAFÉ AND RESTAURANT 140 Reynolds Avenue | 718-863-5580

KINGSBRIDGE SOCIAL CLUB 3625 Kingsbridge Avenue | 347-346-5180

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DINING & NIGHTLIFE MANGIPASTA 608 East 187th Street | 718-933-0100

MARIO’S RESTAURANT 2342 Arthur Avenue | 718-584-1188

MICHAELANGELOS 2477 Arthur Avenue | 718-584-1188

PATRICIA’S OF MORRIS PARK 1082 Morris Park Avenue | 718-409-9069

PATSY’S PIZZERIA OF MORRIS PARK 980 Morris Park Avenue | 718-676-2527

PORTO SALVO 424 East 161st Street | 929-376-7866

SAN GENNARO RISTORANTE 2329 Arthur Avenue 718-562-0129


HAVANA CAFÉ 1247 Castle Hill Avenue | 718-822-4800

LA MASA 1000 Morris Park Avenue | 718-822-8400

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DINING & NIGHTLIFE MADE IN PUERTO RICO 3363 East Tremont Avenue | 718-684-1309

SALSA CON FUEGO 2297 Cedar Avenue | 718-561-6161

SEIS VECINOS 640 Prospect Avenue | 718-684-8604

THE SOUTH OF FRANCE 1800 Westchester Avenue | 718-823-1133

TRAVESIAS CAFÉ 3834 East Tremont Avenue | 718-828-3834

VISTAMAR RESTAURANT 565 City Island Avenue | 718-709-0888

SABOR MEXICANO XOCHIMILCO 653 Melrose Avenue | 718-402-5400

SANTA FE GRILL 6025 Broadway | 718-796-5095

HEALTHY EATS HEALTHY & FRESH 1033 A Morris Park Avenue | 718-684-641

MUSCLE MAKER GRILL 4041 East Tremont Avenue | 718-822-6992

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THE BRONX BREWERY 856 East 136th Street | 718-402-1000

CONTI’S PASTRY SHOPPE 786 Morris Park Avenue | 718-239-9339

GUN HILL BREWING CO. 3227 Laconia Avenue | 718-881-0010

PORT MORRIS DISTILLERY 780 East 133rd Street | 718-585-3192

SCAGLIONE BROTHERS BAKERY AND DELI 1078 Morris Park Avenue | 718-892-1736

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Photo Credit: Julienne Schaer

Take a stroll up the famous Grand Boulevard and Concourse. Tours include interior stops at specific buildings & feature in-depth discussions focusing on Art Deco architecture and life on the Grand Concourse during the 20th century. Contact Sam Goodman at 718.665.1124 or email at

BronXcursions are walking tours and programs centered on Bronx history, the borough's current and emerging cultures, and its unique qualities. These services are to inspire Bronx pride amongst its residents while educating visitors from all over the world. Call 718.844.4724 or email at THE BOOGIE DOWN BRONX Die-hard Elvis fans have Graceland. Country music lovers have Nashville. Rock ‘n’ Roll buffs have the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Hip Hop has HUSH Tours. Explore The Bronx as you hang out with our celebrity guide and discover the roots of various musical genres and cultures woven through the streets and neighborhoods that inspired a cultural revolution. For more information visit Go Bronx!

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TOURS NOSH WALKS Culinary Walking Tours This tour offers several different delicious "Nosh The Bronx" food tours that include history and cultural highlights as well as delicious food! For more information visit WOODLAWN TOURS Take a trolley tour of Woodlawn Cemetery and go on a journey through history. Visit some of the majestic mausoleums and learn about the notables interred there. For more info go to BRONX HISTORICAL TOURS Learn about the history and cultural movement of the Mott Haven and Port Morris area, the past, the present and the future. Visit for more information.

Walk back in time in The Bronx. Explore the New England style fishing village, or the “real” Little Italy, or “Little Ireland” in Woodlawn, Mott Haven- the historic district where it all began, the “Boulevard of Dreams” -Art Deco Grand Concourse or the charming hills of Riverdale. Walkabouts are filled with fun facts, history, culture and food. Go to

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SERVICES & SUPPLIERS BUSINESS & MERCHANTS ASSOCIATIONS 161st STREET BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 900 Grand Concourse, Ground Floor | 718.590.5433 BELMONT BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 2396 Arthur Ave | 718.294.8259 | BRONX CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 1200 Waters Place #106 | 718.828.3900 FORDHAM ROAD BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 2488 Grand Concourse, Room 413 | 718.562.2104


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SHOPPING SERVICES & SUPPLIERS WESTCHESTER SQUARE BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 43 Westchester Square | 718.597.4629 | WHITE PLAINS ROAD BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT 2300 Olinville Ave | 718.881.3086 | WOODLAWN HEIGHTS MERCHANTS ASSOCIATION 4295 Katonah Ave | c/o Emerald Pharmacy 718.944.0862 COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE AT YESHIVA UNIVERSITY 1300 Morris Park Ave | 718.430.2000 | BORICUA COLLEGE 890 Washington Ave | 347.964.8600 BRONX COMMUNITY COLLEGE 2155 University Ave | 718.289.5895 | COLLEGE OF MOUNT SAINT VINCENT 6301 Riverdale Ave | 718.405.3200 EUGENIO MARIA DE HOSTOS COMMUNITY COLLEGE 500 Grand Concourse | 718.518.4444 | FORDHAM UNIVERSITY 441 E. Fordham Road | 718.817.1000 | LEHMAN COLLEGE 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8000 MANHATTAN COLLEGE 4513 Manhattan College Pkwy | 718.862.8000 MERCY COLLEGE 1200 Waters Place | 718.678.8899 |

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SERVICES SHOPPING & SUPPLIERS SHOPPING METROPOLITAN COLLEGE OF NEW YORK Bronx Extension Center 463 E. 149th St | 718.665.7787 | MONROE COLLEGE 2501 Jerome Ave | 718.933.6700 | SUNY MARITIME COLLEGE 6 Pennyfield Ave | 718.409.7200 | HOSPITALS BRONXCARE HEALTH SYSTEM 1650 Grand Concourse | 718.590.1800 CALVARY HOSPITAL 1740 Eastchester Road | 718.518.2000

HEBREW HOSPITAL HOME 801 Co-op City Blvd | 718.319.6900 JACOBI MEDICAL CENTER 1400 Pelham Pkwy S | 718.918.5000 LINCOLN HOSPITAL 234 E. 149th St | 718.579.5000 MONTEFIORE MEDICAL CENTER 111 E. 210th St | 718.920.4321 | NORTH CENTRAL BRONX HOSPITAL 3424 Kossuth Ave | 718.519.500 ST. BARNABAS HOSPITAL 4422 3rd Ave | 718.960.9000

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SERVICES & SUPPLIERS EVENT SPACE ANDREW FREEDMAN HOUSE 1125 Grand Concourse | 718.293.8100 BARTOW-PELL MANSION 895 Shore Rd | 718.885.1461 BRONX MUSEUM OF THE ARTS 1040 Grand Concourse | 718.681.6000 BRONX ZOO 2300 Southern Blvd | 718.367.1010 | FEM HUNDRA BANQUET HALL 2341 Hoffman St | 718.415.6173 | HALL OF FAME FOR GREAT AMERICANS 2155 University Ave | 718.289.5170 KISMET 1995 Westchester Ave | 718.828.5510 LEHMAN STAGES 250 Bedford Park Blvd West | 718.960.8024

MAESTROS 1703 Bronxdale Ave | 718.792.8844 MARINA DEL REY 1 Marina Drive | 718.931.6500 | MORRIS YACHT CLUB 25 City Island Ave | 718.885.9814 | NEW YORK BOTANICAL GARDEN 2900 Southern Blvd | 718.817.8700 | PELHAM BAY & SPLIT ROCK GOLF COURSES 870 Shore Road | 718.885.1258 | PIER 132 789 E.132nd St. | 718.743.7132 | Go Bronx!

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SERVICES SHOPPING & SUPPLIERS PREGONES THEATER 575 Walton Ave. | 718.585.1202 | SANKOFAHOUSE 2422 3rd Ave | 646.258.4549 SCAVELLO’S ON THE ISLAND CATERING HALL 101 City Island Ave | 718.885.2105 VAN CORTLANDT LAKE HOUSE Van Cortlandt Park South & Bailey Ave 718.543.4595 | VILLA BARONE MANOR 737 Throggs Neck Expressway | 718.892.3500 VISTAMAR RESTAURANT 565 City Island Ave | 718.709.0888 WAVE HILL West 249th St & Independence Ave | 718.549.3200 REAL ESTATE BRONX-MANHATTAN NORTH ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS 1867 Williamsbridge Road | 718.892.3000 KELLER WILLIAMS REALTY NYC GROUP INC. 2300 Eastchester Road | 845.304.5745 | 718.697.6800 KZA REALTY GROUP, INC. 1200 Waters Place, M114 | 718.829.5775 SANDRA ERICKSON REAL ESTATE, INC. 1920 Anthony Ave., Ste. 1 | 718.293.3344

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