Chinatown gaining traction as destination for students, young professionals
58 Mulberry St.
In a neighborhood where you can find many places to satisfy your dried meat cravings, this is a local favorite.
50 Mott St.
The U.S. location of a Beijing company, offering more than 200 styles of chopsticks.
Lin Sister Herb Shop
Cure what ails you at this traditional Chinese medicine shop.
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Bayard to Worth streets between Baxter and Mulberry streets
A vital spot for Chinatown residents that is filled daily with musicians playing traditional Chinese music, seniors playing poker, and visitors who want to see a slice of Chinatown life.
Mahayana Buddhist Temple
133 Canal St.
This place of worship housing a 16-foot statue of Buddha, the largest in New York City.
Museum of Chinese in America
215 Centre St.
A must-see for visitors looking to learn about the history of Chinese immigrants in the United States.
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