"Streets of Chinatown" Chinatown Tip by meteorologist1

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  San Francisco Chinatown
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San Francisco's Chinatown is the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. The streets of Chinatown are filled with lights, stores, restaurants, and people everyday. This is a cultural rich community. Close to 9,000 Asian people live here. You can find a wide variety of different cuisines here. There are also a lot of gift shops where you can buy nice Chinese merchandise. Fresh fruits and vegetables are sold here as well. This place can get pretty crowded though, and some streets are pretty narrow including the sidewalks.

Address: Bordered by Broadway, Bush, Kearny, Stockton sts.
Directions: Ornamental gate at Grant and Bush intersection.
Phone: +1 888-212-3203
Website: http://www.sfchinatown.com/

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  • Written Jan 2, 2004
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