What to expect:

  • Make a dumpling run at one of the neighborhood’s many dumpling restaurants.
  • Museum of Chinese
  • Hidden late night bars


Easily one of the most visited neighborhoods in NYC, Chinatown borders the Lower East Side to its east, Little Italy to its north, Civic Center to its south, and Tribeca to its west. With its restaurant heavy atmosphere, authentic cuisine, plentiful diverse vendors, and colorful storefronts make it a cultural hub bringing high traffic. Expect to cruise along curving streets to walk-ups, and few luxury condos. What differentiates Chinatown’s streets are its decor and traditional Chinese style building facades.

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