Hiking, biking, fishing, kayaking, and hiking are all great ways to spend a little time in Chinatown during the holidays.
And we’ve got you covered, as well.
This week, we’re covering 5 things to do in Chinatown and Chinatowns neighborhood that you might not know about.
Chinatown is a Chinese Restaurant!
While most of us have heard of Chinatowns namesake, it’s actually a popular and popular place for many.
This is due to the many Chinese restaurants, cafes, and hotels in the area.
Many of them are located right next to each other.
There’s a lot of great food and the atmosphere is just so inviting and relaxing, with people relaxing, playing cards, eating, and drinking.
Check out the video below to learn more about Chinatown and its food.
Chinatown’s Christmas Market is Coming to the Sky!
The Chinatown Christmas Market will be taking place on November 24-25, 2019.
This will be the largest holiday market in China and it’s sure to be a fun and colorful event.
For a limited time, there will be food vendors, live entertainment, and of course, plenty of free Chinese food to eat.
The Christmas Tree is Still Not the Same!
As you probably know, Chinatown has been celebrating Christmas for hundreds of years.
This tradition continues to this day.
But now that the Christmas tree is coming back to life, Chinatowners can get a glimpse of their hometown with a peek at their tree.
The new tree will be decorated in bright red and white Christmas lights, as part of the celebration.
Chinatown has its own ‘Chinese Restaurant’.
There are many different restaurants in Chinatown, and these are just a few of them.
While it’s hard to tell you which is which, we do know that there are a few restaurants that serve traditional Chinese dishes.
Here’s a rundown of the top ones you can get to during the holiday season.
Chinatown Is a Community!
Chinatown is full of people who are just as passionate about Chinatown as you are.
The Chinatown Community Center is located at 1420 Second Street in Chinatown.
They provide free yoga, free classes, and more.
The center also hosts many community events such as the Chinatown Chinese Food Festival, the Chinatown Food Market, and the Chinatown Christmas Fair.
Chinatown Celebrates Christmas in the Streets!
This is something you won’t want to miss.
Chinatowns Christmas Parade is held on Christmas Day, Dec. 25, and is one of the largest Christmas events in the United States.
Check it out for more details.
Chinatown Restaurants Serve Traditional Chinese Food!
There are tons of restaurants in and around Chinatown that are open during the Christmas holiday.
There are plenty of restaurants that cater to a wide range of tastes and budgets, so check out the list below to find your local Chinatown.
Chinatown Restaurant Tours!
There is a lot to explore and enjoy in Chinatown this holiday season, and Chinatown is home to many interesting and interesting restaurants.
Whether you’re craving a bite to eat, or just looking for something to do during the festivities, Chinatown is right there for you.