New York’s Chinatown is conveniently located right next to Little Italy in Manhattan. The two square miles of this neighborhood are loosely bounded by Kenmore and Delancey Street to the north, Worth Street on the south, Allen street on the east, and Broadway on the west. It is the largest Chinatown in the United States.
There are a great many number of things to experience in New York City Chinatown. From the food and culture, to the entertainment, and shopping, in Chinatown you’ll feel as though you’ve entered a different continent. Mott and Grand Streets are lined with stands selling exotic foods such as live eels, square watermelons, while Canal Street glistens with some of the best jewelry stores and gift shops. Here you can find some of the best Chinese restaurants in NYC, something that is definitely worth experiencing. (Time Out)