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Step into Chinatown, a world of its own, where more than 2 million NYC residents live. There is great authentic Chinese food here and street vendors are all over.
Chinese Lunar New Year Festivities in Chinatown.A dozen lion, dragon and unicorn dance troupes marched through Chinatown’s main street including Mott Street.Large crowds turned out for the festivities
Breath in deep…or not, it all reaks of fish!
A lot of Good Chinese restaurants
Hop-off at Stop #9 during the Downtown Loop and visit the street vendors known for great shopping bargains.
my home away from home.. you can always find something great to eat here 24 hours a day!
Tourists, street vendors and the bootleggers completely block the sidewalks, if you're in a hurry, walk in the street!
Grab some delicious food, and great some cool photos to share with your friends and family, you wont believe your still in New Yorkhttp://
China town has plenty of things to do, Whether it be eat good food, ice cream,go to the arcade,go grocery shopping and more. It's also an affordable shopping area :)
Despite the weird smells from the fish markets, there are a lot of great restaurants around here. Get mini chinese pancakes from the cart near the corner of Mulberry and Canal- they're 15 for $1.00!
One of the filming locations for cult classic American Psycho (2000)
Chinatown always smells like fish heads. Eat them up yum.
Bargaining tip for street vendors: Always claim you have less money with you than the real amount in your wallet. They'll agree to YOUR price if they think anything higher will make you walk away.
The best cheap eats in NYC. Come hungry.
TAke a walk on Canal st
If a white dude is mayor of Chinatown then I must be black.
Watch out for pickpockets and hustlers.
Canal St. is a great way to test out your negotiation skills with the flocks of vendors selling replica bags and watches. Those vendors are negotiation PROs.
Awesome food if you know where to find it.
When in Chinatown visit the Starbucks on the corner of Canal St & Lafayette. Go in side and look up at the ceiling.....
Happy New Year everyone!
Take in sights, sounds, and smell at this very spot Chinatown was born.
A ton of great Chinese restaurants here
No tax unless you don't bring a catfish po-boy for the mayor!
Just shop and close your nose !
Make sure to always bring cash with you. Places rarely accept credit cards here.
Go to Jing Fong in Elizabeth Street for the best dim sum! There's always a line on the weekend but it's worth it!
avoid Canal St. if you're in a hurry
so many chinatowns in many boroughs throughout nyc |
Cheap prices, interesting people. Lots to see.
Go try Hop Kee. Best food in the area.
“Chinatown is home to the best bubble teas in the city. Can't go wrong at Tea-riffic (51 Mott Street) or Green Tea Café (45 Mott Street).” See more at http://www.partyearth.com/venues/chinatown.
Nothing to see after midnight besides Santos Party House
Un petit tour dans Chinatown, qui grignote peu à peu Little Italy. L'ambiance y est très animée, méfiez-vous toutefois des arnaques !
No se puede ir a Nueva-York y no visitar Chinatown, el encanto de comprar en sus bazares cualquier reproducción de las mejores marcas de relojes, bolsos, pañuelos, etc... es una experiencia única.
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Большая жёлтая фабрика по производству всего подряд и нихуяненужного. Неисчислимая алгебра плотности населения на квадратный милиметр. Вторая мировая экономика внутри первой. Полный Парадоксон.
Повадилась обедать в Чайнатауне. Всегда вкусно, дешево и очень быстро!
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