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Review for Nom Wah Tea Parlor by Nicholas
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One of the best tea lounges in Chinatown! Definitely one of the best dim sum lounges in Chinatown.
Review for Di Fara Pizza by Nicholas
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One of the best pizza places in NYC. Definitely one of the best places to get a quick slice in Chinatown
Review for Joe's Shanghai by Nicholas
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One of the best Chinese restaurants in New York City! Definitely the best chinese eatery in Chinatown
Review for Facial Spa Staten Island By Beautie by Natalie
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I am really glad I finally found a spot for the best facials in Staten Island. I felt very special there. Would recommend Beautie Bar facials for all skin work
Review for Facial Spa Staten Island By Beautie by Jennifer
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I had a deep cleansing service last week and it went great! The Beautie Bar facial spa is a great place for your facial needs .. truly amazing! I would ..
Review for Emu Health Primary Care Family Internists of Glendale Queens by Aaron
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Great place.. I definitely will be going back.

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Chinatown NY is the city that time forgot. Though the rest of the world and the noisy clanging of the big cities has escalated and gone forward into the future, Chinatown has stubbornly resisted change and modern updates. And why should it? From the red confetti to the glitzy old world charm of China, this city proudly remains and will always be a foreign nirvana to the rest of the world. Located on the lower east side of Manhattan, New York's Chinatown is the largest in the U.S. This widely populated area also boasts the proud heritage of Filipinos, Vietnamese, Burmese and Puerto Ricans. And this sprawling neighborhood continues to grow and stretch with its abundant fruit and fish markets, and shops galore down its overcrowded streets of ethnic diversity. Walking down the winding streets of Chinatown, you're sure to take in the aroma of noodles, incense and fresh fish. Ahhhh, your senses come alive here! Dim Sum, anyone!

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