For a real cut of Italian-American vita (life), plunge into this hearty indoor market, where talk cherishing sellers beat everything from olives and cheeses to pizza al taglio (pizza by the cut) and newly moved stogies. There’s additionally a bar in the focal point of the market, where you can arrange an invigorating draft or two.

The site was one of a few Works Progress Administration (WPA) markets set up by chairman Fiorello LaGuardia during the 1930s, a move intended to free the city roads from cart traders.

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