About China Town
Chinatown, which is situated in Manhattan, is home to the largest enclave of Chinese people in the Western Hemisphere. There is an abundance of Chinese restaurants, supermarkets and shops in this area, and even the road signs are written in Chinese. Canal Street is a prominent landmark within Chinatown, where many locals sell high-quality, fake jewelry to tourists and visitors. There are countless parks in the vicinity, including Columbus Park, Sara D. Roosevelt Park and Thomas Paine Park, and Chinatown is just a short walk from the East River. Tourist attractions including 5th Avenue, Times Square and Broadway are within walking distance, and all areas are home to a variety of amenities expected from a major city.
Setting up your business here
Tourism and restaurants are major industries represented within Chinatown, with over 300 Chinese restaurants in the neighborhood providing employment, as well as lunch and dinner options. The district is home to many historical and cultural attractions, and it is a destination for tour companies such as Big Onion and NYC Chinatown Tours. There are ample opportunities to network with other professionals throughout the city, and public transport is accessed easily from wherever the base in Chinatown.
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Things to do in China Town
There is a wealth of attractions to explore and enjoy in Chinatown. Mott Street is one of the main streets in Chinatown, and it is filled with Chinese restaurants, Asian grocery stores and tea shops, which are enjoyed by residents, as well as tourists. The Church of the Transfiguration, also situated in Mott Street, is the oldest Catholic church in New York City, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Museum of Chinese in America is popular with both visitors and locals. Columbus Park has recently undergone major renovation, and is known to be one of the best spots in the city for people-watching. Eateries in Chinatown are plentiful and enjoyed by millions of people every year. 456 Restaurant is known for its soup dumplings, and Amazing 66 is a Cantonese favorite. 169 Bar sells beer for $3, and Bar On is a karaoke lounge which is a favorite among the Chinese community.
- Subway: Canal Street Station
- Railway: World Trade Center Station
- Nearest freeway: I-78
- Nearest airports: LaGuardia Airport, Newark Airport
- Other: All major bus routes served nearby