While the hidden treasures of Chinatown are found on its tiny side streets, this wide avenue is the area’s pulsing artery, and a walk...
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Located on the edge of Chinatown, this unguarded ‘polite dive’ has no hidden purpose – just cheap pints (Six Point beer goes for $5),...
This tiny 20-seat eatery quickly garnered a local following after opening in 2013 for its friendly service and healthy, good-value...
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Behold Venice in Chinatown (minus the rising canal waters). Based on a blue-collar Venetian pub, Bacaro serves up filling snacks called cicchetti , which you can wash down with robust wine from northern Italy. The downstairs is a spacious and cavernous dining area, while the rustic bar space on the 1st floor – made from reclaimed barn wood – is where the drinking gets done. Popular cicchetti include fried rice balls, asparagus with baked egg, crostini, bruschetta, meat and cheese platters, and insalata polpi (octopus salad).