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Review for 230 Fifth: Best Heated Rooftop Bar/Club/Restaurant In NYC by Jillian
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230 Fifth is the coolest rooftop bar in NYC! They even have heated igloos during the winter months!
Review for Le Privé by Jillian
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My boyfriend took me on a date here and it was so romantic! We had a fantastic night with great food and delicious cocktails!
Review for Shorty's NYC by Maggie
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Shorty's is the best place in NYC to find Philly-style food! Being a Philly native, I don't trust any cheesesteaks from out of state but Shorty's has it figured out!
Pros: Great happy hour specials & very friendly service
Review for The Boogie Room by Maggie
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The Boogie Room is a hipsters dream club with a really cool, retro vibe & great drinks/music!
Pros: Decor, music, atmosphere altogether
Cons: Drinks are pricey as expected
Review for On Now Lounge by Matthew
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One of the best happy hours around. Go for the BOGO drinks, stay for the beer pong and karaoke.
Review for Haven Rooftop by Matthew
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Absolutely nothing to complain about. The staff was friendly, the service was quick, the food and drinks were both superb.

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About Chinatown

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!

Events in Chinatown

Cherry Blossom Festival
on Monday, 29 Apr, 12:00 PM
at Brooklyn Botanic Garden
990 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225

Sakura Matsuri, the annual cherry blossom festival at BBG, offers over 60 events and performances that celebrate traditional and contemporary Japanese culture.

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Matthew Strickland on Mandarin Court Restaurant Inc
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Mandarin Court Restaurant Inc
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Very good small plates (dim sum) and the service was very quick.

Jake Sansom on Di Fara Pizza
Review 5 days ago
Di Fara Pizza
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