Posts Tagged ‘Chinatown’

Noshing at Nom

Written by Joshua M. Bernstein on . Posted in Eat & Drink

Besides zombie clowns and working a full-time office job, few things frighten me as much as listening to a barber talk. To me, being confined to a chair with scissors clacking and clippers whirring is a form of temporary imprisonment. It’s trusting your life, or at least your looks, to another human being. My unease [&hellip
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An Opulent Temple at the Foot of Manhattan Bridge

Written by Melissa Berman on . Posted in Breaking News

With shiny roasted ducks hanging in restaurant windows, bank signs boasting both English and Hanzi lettering and tai chi practitioners and mahjong players filling the parks, a jaunt through Chinatown feels like a travel adventure. But perhaps nowhere in the neighborhood transports you to a uniquely Chinatown experience as much as stepping through the doors [&hellip
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