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South China Garden - "Best Manhattan Chinatown Restaurant" according to a chowhound reviewer

Chinatown, New York City. We spend time in New York at the start of our USA Coast to Coast rail tour https://www.greatrail.com/tours/usa-coast-to-coast/

At that time many poor New Yorkers lived in tenements. They were overcrowded, poorly ventilated and rooms often lacked windows. In 1892 a notorious slum called Five Points was demolished and replaced by Columbus Park. Seward Park was created in 1901 Photo: Five Points tenement

The Manhattan Chinatown is now one of nine Chinatown neighborhoods in New York City, and 1...

Chinatown is like a labyrinth, hundreds of restaurants and shops are next to each other in very compacted area.Definitely you need a map to explore. And yes, we made the one! "Manhattan Chinatown Map" is our eighth publication and we teamed up with Charlene Wang de Chen and Tiffany Wang sisters who are the true Chinatown enthusiast with native palette. They share their very favorite 38 spots in Chinatown with us! Grab one and walk into the labyrinth !

There is not a huge Chinatown here in the Dallas Fort-Worth metroplex area. Unlike Manhattan's, San Francisco's or even Washington DC's huge Chinatown, the Chinatown in the Dallas area is rather small. Yet it serves our Asian community here in the area since 1869. The first Chinese moved into the Dallas area because of railroad construction, the Asian population in the Dallas area have been a steady growth.

Nycctown.jpg - This Chinatown is on the street Mott Street, in Manhattan, New York. Manhattan's Chinatown is also one of the oldest ethnic Chinese enclaves out of Asia. Although Quimbo Appo was claimed to have arrived in the area in the 1840s, the first Chinese person credited was Ah Ken.(MW)

FEED ME! Where to Eat (and Avoid) in Little Italy and Chinatown | Serious Eats : New York ....pretty certain I won't be gluten free when I'm in New York...

NYC - Kung Fu Tea, which has two locations in Manhattan's Chinatown and a dozen in the area, is one of the best. You can't go wrong with the basic Kung Fu Milk Bubble Tea, but if you're looking for more than just bubbles, try the popular Jelly Wow Milk, which adds a dollop of a mild-flavored herb-based jelly to the mix. The menu here is extensive; you'll find teas sweetened with longan honey, slushes made with grapefruit or fig jelly, and even icy coffee drinks with caramel or chocolate

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