Like every Chinatown elsewhere, this is what happens when the Chinese cluster together to make their own space within a city. It’s colourful, warm and exotic. Pretty much every sort of Asian food is available here in eateries; that might be cozy little joints or high-end restaurants. Shopping is a must too; Jade, Buddha figures and natural herbs abound. And ofcourse, you can’t miss the Chinatown Theatre; once a world wonder in stage shows, now a thriving film house, the theatre has been an iconic landmark since it’s construction.
- Cermak- Chinatown subway station
- Cermak- Chinatown Red Line Station bus stop
- Cermak & Archer bus stop
- Canal & 24th Street bus stop
- Polo Cafe
- Capital Grille
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12.29% of people who visit Chicago include Chinatown in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
42.86% of people start their Chinatown visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Chinatown
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Chinatown