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NY PATA is trying to do something different in these lazy hazy days of Summer.  If you like the idea and want to participate,  please send register with NY PATA to the address below.  



Saturday, July 12, 2014 from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm


Take an Asian culinary and cultural journey with Elizabeth without leaving Manhattan


Chinatown is the largest Chinese community in the Western Hemisphere and Manhattan’s only growing ethnic neighborhood, with residents from all parts of Asia. It is also one of the city’s densest, with hundreds of restaurants, tea houses, bakeries, and street vendors all within a roughly 50 block area. With so many food options, Chinatown has overwhelming possibilities for noshing.


Join Elizabeth as we head to Chinatown to sample steamed sponge cake, wonton soup, savory hand-pulled noodles, Cantonese BBQ pork belly, roast pork, egg tart (made famous in Macau), fried sesame balls, pork bun, Chinese tea, Tofu Fa (hot Tohu), rice cake (Puto), dim sum with tea, and much more.




MOCA Museum of Chinese in America – offers an introduction to Chinatown

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Kam Hing Coffee Shop – steamed sponge cake

Great Neck Health Foods – introduction to traditional Chinese medicine

Big Wing Wong – sit down brunch of wonton soup, noodles, & Cantonese BBQ meats with tea

Canal Street Jewelry Center – Chinese gold pieces, jade, and diamonds

Mulberry Street vendors

Columbus Park – community activities and cultural events

Five Points – notorious neighborhood in 1800’s and depicted in “Gangs of New York”

Yunhong Chopstick Shop – specializes in one thing, displaying some 200 varieties of chopsticks

Fong Inn Too – Tofu Fa (Hot Tohu) and Puto (rice cake) snack & sample

Golden Fung Wong Bakery – bring home some Chinese pastry, shrimp chips or fortune cookies

Church of the Transfiguration – has the largest Chinese Roman Catholic congregation in the US

Doyers Street – around early 1900 it was the murder capital of the US

The Bowery – this was the city’s first entertainment district

Huang Da Xian Taoist Temple

Jing Fong Restaurant – afternoon dim sum with tea


Chinatown Walking Tour with Elizabeth

Payable to: PATA NY Chapter

PATA NY members - $35.00 per person

Guest: $45 per person

Prepaid Confirmation Required - Limited Availability


Tour: 11:00 am to 3:00 pm except only in the case of severe inclement weather

Meeting Place: MOCA NY – Museum of Chinese in America

215 Centre Street, New York NY 10013

Conveniently located near subways


Option: Relax and enjoy reflexology or a back massage after the tour

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