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With Nolita and Chinatown closing in on either side, Manhattan’s Little Italy enclave now calls upon its traditions more than ever to preserve its sense of cultural heritage. September's San Gennaro festival, celebrating the Patron Saint of Naples, is one such example of the Italian spirit, offering music, art and traditional fare from some of the city’s best Italian restaurants. From longtime pasta-slingers to an intrepid bakery gunning for the world's biggest cannoli, here are the best restaurants to try during this two-week feast.
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