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The annual Little Italy Feast of the Assumption (referred to informally as The Feast) is a four-day Catholic street festival centered on Holy Rosary Church on Mayfield Road near its intersection with Murray Hill Road in Cleveland's Little Italy neighborhood.

August 2023 Feast dates:

Saturday, August 12 – Noon to Midnight

Sunday, August 13 – Noon to 11pm

Monday, August 14 – 6pm to 11pm

Tuesday, August 15 – Noon to 10pm

For detailed itinerary and Mass schedule, click here.

For more info, contact the Holy Rosary Church
12021 Mayfield Rd, Cleveland, OH 44106
(216) 421-2995

Little Italy’s Feast of the Assumption 2023 kickoff

Saturday, August 12, 2023 • Noon

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Little Italy’s Feast  2022

Best Places to Eat

Best overall food at the Feast

Best overall food at the Feast

2016-2020 1st place champ: Trattoria on the Hill (Updated August 2022)  This is going out to real foodies: Let's face it. We're dealing with mass quantities of food here and there's an art to it. Trattoria mastered this art years ago. It's my go-to place for...

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Best Places to Party

Nido’s and Gusto’s patio

Nido’s and Gusto’s patio Authentic, traditional all-day celebration Each year the patio behind Nido Italia Restaurant and Gusto Ristorante Italiano transforms into one of the go-to places to party in Little Italy. While frequented by many out of towners, the patio...

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Best Parking/Transportation Options

Self park and ride (bike)

Self park and ride (bike)

(Updated August 2022) Parking in Little Italy anytime of year is its downfall As a many year veteran of the Little Italy Feast and long time Heights resident, I can tell you that, as much as I love Little Italy, I loathe the lack of parking. Most people see their...

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Off season news

Mia Glassco,Miss Italia of Ohio 2022-2023Congratulations to our new Miss Italia of Ohio 2022-2023 – Mia Glassco

In October 2022, Mia Glassco won the Casa Italia Foundation’s Miss Italia of Ohio 2022-2023 pageant.

“Not only did I have an amazing experience, but I got to learn so much about my culture and family history. I dedicated a part of my proceeds to the Northern Italian American Foundation (NOIA) to support preserving the culture in the Cleveland Area.

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