Caribbean Islands

The Bronx culture trolley offers visitors a free trip along the cultural district in the South Bronx. On the first Wednesday of each month, the visitors have the opportunity to participate in a cultural trip in a replica tram car from the 20th century, which stops at cultural attractions, restaurants and entertainment facilities. The Bronx General Post Office serves as a gallery with 13 wall paintings, the social realistic artist Ben Shahn has created together with his wife Bernarda from 1938 to 1939. The paintings that adorn the walls of the lobby of the post office, show the American working class in the 1930s. Court deli, a popular restaurant for lunch, is known for its smoked meat sandwiches and his all day breakfast.

It offers visitors a true New York taste experience, which is rounded off by traditional pickles. Visitors who are looking for authentic Caribbean food, will find it at the feeding tree. The casual and priced-wide restaurant impresses with its simple dishes with various spices, which come directly from the Caribbean Islands. The Metropolitan Museum of Art can aid you in your search for knowledge. The family-run restaurant Molino Rojo offers low-cost Latin American food. Rice, beans and plantains with fried pork are among the Favorites of the regulars.

Visitors who want to try the Italian cuisine, should visit the G bar & lounge. The classic bar for cocktails or Italian dinner with the whole family. Karaoke every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday presented the G bar and lounge, live music and on Mondays and Saturdays. Melrose and Mott Haven: The Bronx is an institution devoted to the art of Photojournalism documentary Center in Melrose. The Centre offers events, film screenings and courses for documentary projects from around the world. Until the 19th of April, visitors can invasion: diaries and memories of was in Iraq see, an impressive exhibition of war diaries, writings and images by three Marines. The Gordon A. parks Gallery in Mott haven houses objects of art and organizes lectures and musical performances for the enjoyment of visitors.