New York City's Chinatown Eats

Get a head start on celebrating the Chinese New Year with a foodie trip to New York City’s Chinatown, one of the stops on our monthly day trip to the Big Apple!

You can pack drinks and a cooler of snacks for the ride on Jan. 30 on our comfortable bus, but save your appetite for the culinary adventure ahead.

Not sure where to start? Critically renowned Chef  David Chang of Momofoku fame recently told The Observer magazine in the UK that “I’ve had more meals at Oriental Garden in Chinatown [in New York] than anywhere else.”

For more ideas, SF Weekly offered a trail that blogger Alex Hochman called the Danny Bowien Chinatown tour. Bowien, who owns Mission Chinese Food in the City by the Bay, sent the blogger to some of his favorite stops:

  • Xi’an Famous Foods:   cumin lamb hand-pulled noodles, stewed pork burger
  • Prosperity Dumpling: dumplings , sesame pancake with beef
  • Golden Steamer: pork buns, steamed pumpkin bun, takeout six-packs of ready-to-heat buns

To reserve your seat on Reston Limousine’s Jan. 30th New York City day trip, please visit our online Reservations page.   Cost is $25 each way, and includes stops at Times Square and Central Park.

If you’d like to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit in the Big Apple with family and friends, you can also reserve a limousine, minibus or bus to take you so that you don’t have to worry about driving or finding a place to park.

The Chinese New Year’s Day Firecracker Ceremony and Cultural Festival takes place 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. on Feb. 3, the actual start of the Lunar Year. On Feb. 6, the 12th Chinatown Lunar New Year Parade & Festival takes place 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. The parade starts from Little Italy and winds its way through Lower Manhattan/Chinatown. For more information, visit www.betterchinatown.com.

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