Since the early 1990s, Chinatowns have been the epicenter of all things relevant to Chinese culture.
From authentic Chinese cuisine, holistic Chinese medicine and remedies, and specialty exotic food markets— you’ll feel like you’ve traveled without leaving your backyard.
Here’s a look into the most popular Chinatown neighborhoods around the United States.
This Chinatown’s history is deeply rooted in the Chinese immigration of the late 1850s. The endless fruit, fish and herbal markets fill the streets as well as authentic Chinese cuisine.
Chinese food is a major part of NYC culture but unlike any other Chinatown district, this one actually incorporates Chinese & other Asian shops, restaurants, and wellness businesses.
The 3- 4 blocks that make up this district have everything from hard-to-find ingredients, art galleries, cultural festivals, bars, and some of LA’s best Chinese food.
This six-block Chinatown is one of the city’s major tourist attractions. The famous entrance, known as the Friendship Arch was built by Chinese artisans.
Chinatown-International District of Seattle is popular for its massive Asian supermarket, Uwajimaya Supermarket, and food court, where you can find native and traditional Asian dishes.