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Chinatown Chow Down NYC
iOS Universal Food & Drink
★ The Ultimate Guide to Eating in Chinatown ★
Praise for Chinatown Chow Down:
"The app is like having an expert in your pocket."
"Here’s a great new app for both Chinatown aficionados and amateurs that can get overwhelmed by the sheer number of options in the area."
“Are you craving Chinese, but wary of wading through hundreds of Chinatown choices? There’s an app for that.”
-New York Post
Manhattan's Chinatown is a culinary wonderland. It's home to some of the best and most affordable food in New York City. But with hundreds of dining options jam-packed into one neighborhood, Chinatown can be overwhelming. You need a reliable guide to make your Chinatown eating experience a memorable one.
Chinatown Chow Down is loaded with:
-More than 115 places to eat, each hand-picked by the author
-Dozens of hidden gems, hole-in-the walls, and street carts
-Tons of dirt cheap options with many meals under $3
-Helpful categories like dumplings, bakeries, dim sum, and more
-850+ photos of New York's most vibrant neighborhood
-Insider tips and in-depth descriptions on what to eat
-Fun (and funny) Youtube videos
-Late night feasting and veggie friendly options
-The best old-school Chinatown hang outs
This app works offline, so you can use it on the subway. Free updates are also included with your purchase, so you can stay current with all the amazing food in Chinatown. And like a good plate of steamed dumplings, Chinatown Chow Down will only cost you a couple of bucks.
★ About the Author ★
Craig Nelson is lover of all things New York. Since 2006 he has been eating his way through Chinatown while working as Managing Editor for Not For Tourists Guidebooks. Block by block, he has assembled a long list of his favorites spots for cheap and delicious food. As a freelance writer living in one of the most expensive places on the planet, he is an expert at finding great meals at great prices in neighborhoods all over the city.
★ About Sutro Media ★
This guide is published in partnership with Sutro Media. By enabling local writers to share their expertise on mobile phones, Sutro Media is making it easier and more fun to explore the world!
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