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Pell Street in Manhattan's Chinatown

It's Still Another World, Just a Short Subway Trip Away

An afternoon exploring the bustling streets Manhattan's ever-expanding Chinatown is required for New Yorkers and visitors alike, as is sampling authentic (and cheap) cuisine like dim sum and dumplings.

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At a Glance

  • Celebrate: The Chinese Lunar New Year Parade is the largest of its kind on the East Coast.
  • Rough Past: Chinatown subsumed much of Five Points, a notorious neighborhood featured in Martin Scorsese's film, Gangs of New York.
  • Sacred Ground: The First Shearith Israel Graveyard, at 55–57 St. James Place, is the oldest Jewish cemetery in the U.S.

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About Chinatown

Exploring New York's Chinatown is like embarking on an adventure to a new city. It's home to a thriving Chinese community, one of the largest outside of Asia. The bustling neighborhood is packed with Chinese restaurants, grocery stores, souvenir shops and street vendors selling everything from dumplings to fake designer bags. New Yorkers from other neighborhoods and visitors from farther afield converge here for delicious, inexpensive meals. During the day, Columbus Park is good place for people Read More [+]

LIVING in Manhattan

ethnic eats

Ethnic Eats: Best Places to Shop and Snack

New York City has been known as the “Great Melting Pot” since the early 1900s, and all those years of cultural diversity have had quite a positive impact on its food.Wandering from borough to borough and neighborhood to neighborhood, nomadic Read More »


24-Hour Introduction to Chinatown

Just about every corner of New York City bustles with life, energy and excitement, but few neighborhoods encapsulate this spirit as wholeheartedly as does Read More »


Score a deal on rent (photo: iStockphoto)

9 Ways to Score a Rent Deal

New York City is one of the most expensive cities in the United States, if not the world, in which to live. It’s not unusual for even studio apartments to go for $2,000 a month. Given that most landlords want your annual income to be at least Read More »

(Photo-illustration: Mary-Louise Price Foss, Photos: Peter Macdiarmid/Getty Images, iStockphoto)

New York’s Culinary Diamonds in the Rough

With restaurants, you can’t be blamed for judging a book by its cover – the overall appearance of a place can be a good indication of whether or not to continue inside and try the food. Unfortunately, some of the city’s most aesthetically-pleasing restaurants can also serve Read More »

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