Pell Open Streets Chinese Food Festival

Get a taste of Chinese food and cultures on June 15 and 16 (Saturday and Sunday) at Pell Street, Manhattan Chinatown while celebrate Father’s Day! Come and enjoy performance, live music, games, and foods this weekend!

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Mayor Adams, Sanitation Commissioner Tisch Announce Next Phase of War on Rats: All Businesses Must Place Trash in Containers

NEW YORK – New York City Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Department of Sanitation (DSNY) Commissioner Jessica Tisch today announced the next phase of the Adams administration’s war on rats: a new plan to get more black trash bags off of city sidewalks by requiring all businesses to put trash in containers. Watch […]

Apply for a free website or logo through the SBRN Open + Online program!

Applications for our Open + Online Program have re-opened! The Open + Online Program provides no-cost services to help small businesses improve their online presence. NYC businesses can receive one of the following available services: Our website building services are perfect for businesses in need of a website designed by a professional. Let our team help you show off […]

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Dining Out NYC Applications Now Open!

The City has released the application & Set-Up Menu for Dining Out NYC, the permanent outdoor dining program. Setup design requirements include access to sidewalk & roadway cafes, & clearances around other street features. Details:

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The District

Vibrant colors. Vibrant flavors. Vibrant people. The “little city within the big city” has been a thriving and bustling community since the mid-1800s, with 80–year-old restaurants and open-air markets standing side-by-side with brand-new performance spaces and art galleries. Chinatown blends the old with the new—seamlessly mixing the trendiest restaurants, clubs, and brands with tried-and-true favorites like noodles, dim sum, and barbecue.

Be a part of our community.

From the Lunar New Year Parade to the Mid-Autumn Moon Festival, Chinatown is a tight-knit cultural hub that invites New Yorkers and visitors to share in a rich sense of living history, all year round. Grab some boba, buy a souvenir for a friend, sing some karaoke, and stay a while.