We were craving authentic Asian food and thought, what better place than Chinatown. This is about three city blocks big, an old industrial warehouse is now full of restaurants on one end, which makes parking difficult as it wasn't built for restaurants. The main building is delightfully tricked out with the Asian roof swirls and dragons. Full of restaurants, a few bakerys, a law and travel offices. Not really a touring place but more for locals. Many restaurants had no business, but several were packed. We found a Vietnamese/Chinese place that had a line out the door.
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