The intercultural feel of this Lower Manhattan spot is kept alive with tons of people out and about around every corner.
Great N.Y. Noodletown, known for its cheap prices and crowd experience, has gotten praise from celebrity chefs and New Yorkers alike.
Chinatown is mostly filled with tiny tenement buildings, housing projects, and small, cramped storefronts.
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Doyers Street is one of the few curved streets in Manhattan and has become a favorite for filmmakers in recent years.
Ridiculously crowded streets are overrun with pedestrians, so expect to have your personal space violated at one point or another. Thousands of people peruse stores on Canal Street, where inexpensive gifts can be found.
Chinatown’s nightlife is largely comprised of unmarked bars and basement lounges.