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    NYC Maps & Travel Guides -> Chinatown


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    Chinatown at a Glance:

    • Having grown from a small ethnic enclave in the late 19th century to the world's largest Chinatown, this New York neighborhood is distinctly recognizable from the Chinese lettering on its shops and restaurants as well as the pagoda roofs decorating building roofs and phone booths throughout the area.

    • Roughy extending from Broadway on the West, Rutgers and Essex Streets on the East, Madison and Worth Streets on the South, and Broome, Grand and Canal Streets on the North, Chinatown is a walker's paradise offering visitors exotic sights, sounds and aromas in its restaurants, seafood shops and grocery stores.

    • Especially don't miss Deluxe Food Market, 79 Elizabeth St. (between Grand and Hester Streets) for an eye-popping variety of both raw and prepared foods, or otherwise roam the streets for a national tour of national cuisines including Canton, Hunan and dim sum specialties.

    • Before you begin exploring, be sure to pick up a brochure and map at the information kiosk on Canal Street at Walker & Baxter.

    • Getting to Chinatown by Train: Take the 6, N, R, Q or W train to Canal Street; the B or D trains to Grand Street; the J, M, or Z train to Canal/Centre Street.

    • Getting to Chinatown by Bus: Several bus lines including the M9, M15, M103, and B51 traverse the neighborhood.

    More about Chinatown around the Web:

    Chinatown Neighborhood Guide - Restaurants, hotels, attractions, shopping.

    Chinatown Online - Directory, virtual tour.

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