Church of the Transfiguration
It's been serving New York's immigrant communities since 1801, and the Church of the Transfiguration doesn't stop adapting. First it was...
Eastern States Buddhist Temple
The Eastern States Buddhist Temple is lined with hundreds of Buddhas.
It takes a little effort to track down this former opium-den-turned-apothecary bar on Doyers St. Inside, skilled barkeeps work like...
This Flushing transplant has no shortage of loyal fans, descending en masse for Joe's cult-status crab-meat xiao long bao . Frankly,...
south of Canal St & east of Broadway · interesting places nearby
A walk through Manhattan's most colorful, cramped neighborhood is never the same, no matter how many times you hit the pavement. Catch the whiff of fresh fish and ripe persimmons, hear the clacking of mah-jongg tiles on makeshift tables, eye-up dangling duck roasts swinging in store windows and shop for anything from rice-paper lanterns and ‘faux-lex’ watches to tire irons and a pound of pressed nutmeg. America’s largest congregation of Chinese immigrants is your oyster – dipped in soy sauce, of course.