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.
Recovered and reopened in late January, 2024, Yu and Me Books is a bookstore that showcases immigrant stories and creates a home for the community.
83 Baxter Street. Dominican restaurant opens from 7AM to 4PM, serving breakfast, catering, as well as all day menu!
228 Canal Street. Kabab Town is a Halal restaurant that serves Mediterranean cuisine.
18 Elizabeth Street. Treat yourself at TORAJI for a delicious Japanese BBQ.
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.