Pho Bang

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157 Mott Street – Little Italy/Chinatown Vietnamese no website Pho Bang is a typical Chinatown establishment. It isn’t pretty, but the food is fabulous! There are a few famous Vietnamese spots in town known to have the best pho (pronounced fa). This happens to be one of them and we plan to compare and contrast. I dragged Steve out early one day when we were both hung over and I had a killer cold. Pho … Continue reading

Dim Sum Go Go

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Dim Sum, Chinese, Dumplings, Cheap Eats http://www.menupages.com/restaurants/dim-sum-go-go/ 5 East Broadway – Chinatown Dim Sum Go Go is a great spot for the dumpling neophyte.  It still has the classic dim sum shop paper menu, rude waiters and no help whatsoever if you have questions.  But pretty much everything on the menu is great, it just requires being willing for an adventure. If you can, get a seat upstairs.  It is lighter and more spacious.  The … Continue reading

Winnie’s

Winnie's

http://nymag.com/listings/bar/winnies/ – New York Magazine Review 104 Bayard St. – Chinatown Pictures speak a thousand words. We found this on the New York Times App as one of the top 50 bars in New York. Go figure. Maybe late night? We had a couple of Tsingdao beers and listened to everyone speak Chinese. The owner, Walter, was very nice. He asked if it was OK if he brought in the dog. Nevermind the cat :). … Continue reading