Walked around Chinatown. There wasn't much to do. Lots of shops, so if you're into shopping it's ok.
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while not the biggest Chinatown- I still enjoyed it. Attractive arch greets visitors to the area. I thought the restaurants in the area were authentic and of fine quality. A large modern Asian grocery store can be found. A couple of museums located here appear...More
The Chinatown area was near the place we were dropped off by the Bolt Bus so we had a quick look. Not a patch on San Francisco for example but you will find restaurants, shops and markets. It has expanded to incorporate more far east...More
These few blocks are ok, but not many shops and restaurants to choose from. The one in Vancouver is far larger with way more shops and restaurants
I guess unless you're familiar with the Asian culture or are Asian, you wont get much from here. They have a lot of Asian markets and PLENTY of places to eat. We got some pho and some AMAZING cream puffs at Beard Papa’s inside the...More
I was expecting more out of Seattle's Chinatown based on reviews. It was not what I expected and we got great Vietnamese food in Capitol Hill.
If you like dim sum, there are lots of great little restaurants. Delicious! There's a really awesome pinball museum, which is more of an arcade than museum. It's $15 admission but you can play all the machines and it's AWESOME. It can get pretty busy...More
There was a happy hour tour where on the X (3rd?) Thursday of the month several participating restaurants have discounted dishes. There is a map of the restaurants that were participating. Super cool concept, but not what I expected. We found ourselves wandering sketchy streets...More