If one didn't know any better they would think this small punk rock dive bar was a relic of the old past of the Lower East Side which is an amazing thing. The graffiti covered walls free popcorn and cheap frozen margaritas makes this a must stop for any LES bar crawl so stop in and get lost to one of their amazing DJs.
Whether you’re looking for authentic dim sum or in the mood for some steaming soup dumplings, Chinatown has something for every foodie and more. This vibrant and bustling neighborhood is lined with fresh, cheap produce on the streets (think lychees, dragon fruit, persimmons, and so much more) and stalls featuring imported and knockoff goods. Densely populated, Chinatown has a large immigrant population and deep history that is reflected in its culture today. Pro-tip: Make sure to stop by the Chinatown Ice Cream Factory for unique flavors like red bean and thai tea ice cream!