Chinatown is all you expect and more. An active community thriving with traditional culture, boasts the second oldest settlement of Chinese after fleeing Californian persecutions in 1915.
Often confused with New Chinatown centered on Argyle St north in the city - this Chinatown location is south of The Loop with its borders running east of the Chicago river, north of 26th Street, and west of Clark/S. Wentworth Ave forming a rough triangle. CTA stops are easily accessible through multiple bus routes and both the Orange and Red lines. The water access even allows you to arrive by water taxi or rent a kayak.
Whether you want to settle here or visit, it is sure to meet your needs for dining, shopping, sight-seeing, sports and nightlife.
The northern tip of this neighborhood harbors Ping Tom Memorial Park featuring one of the most attractive structures in Chinatown - the Pavilion.
Less well known, is the secret Table Tennis Circuit located here through invite only membership. Bring your best game and hope to be noticed while competing around the city to enter this underground gem in Chinatown.
You won't find PF Changs here. For eats, discover everything from traditional bakeries, to dim sum halls, street food, and BYOB diners. Try popular Joy Yee's Noodles' bubble tea as the spot claiming to have brought the gelatinous treat to Chicagoland.
If you love belting out melodies with your friends, you're in luck. There's plenty of nightlife in and around Chinatown offering varieties of adult beverages, music and karaoke.
The Chinese Lunar New Year is always a popular tradition featuring parades, singing, dancing, and a feast, but if January is too cold, there's also the Chinatown Summer Fair full of art, food, and music - fun for all ages. Check out all Upcoming Events Here.
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