Visiting the


From souvenir gifts to fine jewelry, the Chinatown District is a shoppers’ paradise. Stores like bakeries, fashion boutiques, gift shops, jewelry, and markets with fresh produce can be found on Canal Street, Mott Street, Bowery, and Pell Street.

Chinatown Interstate buses can be found on Canal Street, Division Street, East Broadway, Chrystie Street, and Allen Street.

The Chinatown District is the center of food. From dim sum to desserts, the Chinatown District is surrounded by different cuisines and flavors. Looking for somewhere to eat? Check out Mott Street, Pell Street, and Bayard Street for some popular restaurants to dine at.

Public restrooms can be accessed at local parks like Columbus Park and Sara D. Roosevelt.

Grand Street Station: B, D trains
Canal Street Station: N, Q, R, W, J, Z, 6 trains
East Broadway Station: F train
Bowery Station: J, Z trains
Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall/Chamber Street Station: J, Z, 4, 5, 6, trains

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.