New York's Chinatown is a cultural haven full of ancient and exotic traditions, and a huge amount of restaurants. This ... More
New York's Chinatown is a cultural haven full of ancient and exotic traditions, and a huge amount of restaurants. This bustling and crowded neighborhood is home to over half of the city's Chinese population. In the grocery stores and fruit stands, you will find many food items available nowhere else in the city, from exotic fruit and vegetables to live snails and dried shrimp. Excellent Thai, Vietnamese, and Korean restaurants have joined the mix. Every lunar new year, the streets are filled with the hubbub of the Chinatown Chinese New Year Parade.
The heart of this well known Italian neighborhood is Mulberry Street. Years ago, the vast majority of people who lived
here were Italian, but expansion of Chinatown and Italian migration to the suburbs has changed the make up of ...
This longtime Chinatown restaurant is tremendously popular due to its reputation for excellent steamed dimsum. Despite being on two floors,
it is constantly packed, especially on weekends and a long wait for a table is not unusual. However, patience ...
A 275 seat restaurant opened in May 2006, Chinatown Brasserie is decorated with Chinese sculptures, painted screens, silk canopies, antique
mirrors and vintage photographs. It serves traditional Cantonese specialties and other Chinese preparations. The eatery seats 175 in the ...
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