What’s

Happening

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.

Store of the
month

Gai Kitchen,
51 Mott Street

Specialize in Thai style chicken and rice, Gai Kitchen is now reopened on 51 Mott Street, previously at Mott Street Eatery (98 Mott Street). Opening everyday from 10AM to 9PM.

Welcome To
The Neighborhood

CHICHA San Chen

72-74 Bayard Street. It is a famously recognized as Michelin-star tea shop, freshly brewing their tea using a special Teapresso machine to offer the highest quality drink. Show your support and let’s CHICHA!

Tasty Hand - Pulled Noodles

106 Bayard Street. Serving freshly handmade hand-pulled noodles and other classic dimsums and entrees, Tasty Hand-Pulled Noodles is now opening their third location.

Laankee

79 Mott Street. Chinatown is getting ready for summer as we welcome Laankee into our neighborhood, specializing Hong Kong style fresh tea, beverages, and baking bread.

El Sazon

83 Baxter Street. Dominican restaurant opens from 7AM to 4PM, serving breakfast, catering, as well as all day menu!

Kabab Town

228 Canal Street. Kabab Town is a Halal restaurant that serves Mediterranean cuisine.

Toraji

18 Elizabeth Street. Treat yourself at TORAJI for a delicious Japanese BBQ.

Sen Saigon

Amazing, hearty, and creative vegan Vietnamese restaurant on 150 E Broadway. Now open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday 12-7pm.

Be a part of our community.
参加。

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.