One of the last untapped areas of downtown Manhattan. Hand pulled noodles, cheap eats, and a concentrated area of families make this an often interesting place to explore.
Address
Chinatown, Manhattan, Orchard + Grand street, New York, United States
Current city: New York
Artist and Graphic Designer born and raised in Chicago has found a home in New York for the past decade. Enjoys long walks with his pomeranian Bentley.
 

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