Sunset Park is Manhattan's Chinatown through rosier, Brooklyn glasses. The crowds are thinner, the prices lower, and life moves at a patient pace. Truth be told, locals go everywhere in the neighborhood, but here are four beloved spots we found by hitting the streets and chatting up passersby.
To find soul food in New York you need look no further than Harlem, which claims more fried chicken and mac and cheese per capita than anywhere else in the city. We talked with locals around the neghborhood to see where they get their fix.
32nd Street's bevy of Korean bar-cum-restaurants reaches optimal productivity between 2 a.m. and 4 a.m. Who visits K-Town at this hour, and where do they go to eat? We talked to some regulars to find out.
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