While Chinatown is a celebration of lively East Asian heritage, it’s always changing, growing, and evolving. We share this community with parts of SoHo, Tribeca, Little Italy, Two Bridges, and the Lower East Side. That means there’s more to discover here than ever before. Grab some boba, buy a souvenir for a friend, sing some karaoke, and stay a while.
A classic Chinatown gift shop since 1958. Wide assortment of gifts such as wind chimes, Asian fans, porcelain, tea sets, figurines and so much more.
15 Doyers Street. Cozy, family style eatery with a selection of delicious Malaysian street foods such as Nasi Lemak and stick rice cake with coconut jam.
77 Bayard Street. Na Tart means Nature Art. Followed traditional Portuguese egg tart ideas, Na Tart mixed the recipe with other new thoughts of egg tarts with up to 10 flavors.
20 Pell Street. Anime Claw franchise store is now in Manhattan! Come and your favorite plushies today!
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.