Last night, the Chinatown Partnership Local Development Corp held an awards banquet to celebrate and thank top community leaders for making Chinatown a better place. CPLDC has provided 50 oversized trash cans in Chinatown. Let’s work together to make it a beautiful place to live and visit!
It’s been a month since Cameron Diaz’s new film “The Other Woman” was released in theaters. They shot part of this movie in Chinatown! Watch the trailer here.
Strapped for cash and want to do something fun? Head over to Chinatown for an amazing day of cultural experience. Grab a friend you haven’t seen in a while, bring a new date, or even explore the hustling and bustling neighborhood by yourself. Here’s how to do it with $10 or less. Here we go! […]
Ever wondered how Chinatown or the Knickerbocker area would have looked like in the early 1900′s? Wonder no more. Check out scenes from “The Knick” – filmed on Orchard Street.
Sundaes for a a cause… Experience the CICF take on Halo Halo. Sundae creator; Christina has tasted halo halo (Filipino Sundae) in both the US and the Philippines. The CICF Halo Halo is made up of durian, ube, and egg custard ice creams topped with layers of halo halo ingredients & lychee popping […]
When you have a chance, head over to 83 Baxter Street in Chinatown to enjoy the grand opening of BREAKROOM for burgers and tacos. Tell them Christina of Chinatown sent you! Congraulations Mikey!
Last month, artist Banksy was running around NYC with his art. He even made a stop in Chinatown. Did you catch it?
Nothing soothes the soul like a big bowl of hot and steamy wonton soup. As the weather gets colder in NYC, head to Chinatown for some comfy food. According to Serious Eats, the winner of the best wonton soup in Chinatown is Noodle Village! For the res...
According to Buzzfeed, Chinatown’s Whiskey Tavern (on Baxter Street) was rated #5 out of the 17 best Whiskey bars in NYC. They are known for their spicy pickleback shots and tater tots with chipotle mayo. For the rest of the list, click here.
The Salvation Army Chinatown Shelter on Bowery street will be converted into a hotel within the next few years. Rumor has it that it will be an “Asian-themed” hotel.