Shopping in Chinatown and Little Italy

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Looking for new places to explore? Take a look at where to shop for everything from athletics to clothing to kids!
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Favorite Chinatown and Lower East Side Eats

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Looking for new places to check out this holiday season? We've compiled our list of seven locales that you ought to visit in the Lower East Side and Chinatown!
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Open for Christmas!

Christmas lights at Nom Wah
For all the dim sum fiends, we will be open regular hours (10:30AM to 8:30PM), but it’ll be walk-in only. No reservations for the special day, which means get here early on Thursday. See you then!
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Last Call for Shaved Snow!

Wooly's Shaved Snow
If you’ve been in the restaurant on Thursdays or Fridays this summer, you may have noticed a little addition to the space. Wooly’s NYC has launched a pop-up with a special dessert menu, bringing shaved snow to our diners. This week marks your last chance to get a taste of shaved snow (not to be confused with shaved ice)! Either opt for it as the end to your dim sum meal or just pop into the restaurant and grab a
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Happy Holidays!

The ones that make everything possible
We wanted to take a moment to thank everyone for a wonderful year. Your support in this past year has meant a lot to us, especially when we had a water main issue that resulted in closure for more than two weeks. Welcoming us back into Chinatown with open arms was more than we could ever hope for, giving us that much needed comeback! One more shout-out goes to our kitchen staff who have made everything possible from the original
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Ride Your Citibike to Nom Wah!

Citibikes galore!
If you subscribed to be an annual member for Citibike, you may have noticed a little something if you got your hands on one of the special pamphlets, which we didn’t notice until someone pointed it out to us. See us in the background? Heck yeah! We are definitely Citibike friendly with two convenient locations right nearby (St James Pl and Worth St, and Division St and Bowery)
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NYU Spoon Brings the Chopsticks

Photo by Dan Dao
We cater to a lot of different folk – your traditional dim sum folk, date nights, families, and also students. Heck, we’ve even taken on guests from the NYU residence hall over on Lafayette! Most recently, several NYU foodies from NYU Spoon came on over to dine and to show us some amazing photography skills. Seriously, take a look at those photos!
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Heck Yes, We’re Officially Fashionable

Sticky rice in lotus leaf
The folks over at Refinery29 just released their “definitive guide” for Chinese restaurants in the city, and we made it! We have to say that we are pretty stoked to be in the company of some awesome restaurants, including Biang!, Yunnan Kitchen, and Mission Chinese Food! For the full slideshow, click on through to the guide!
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Recap: Night Market at Old Bowery Station

Beef and pork siu mai
Over the course of two evenings from dusk and well into the evening, foodies came out to see Night Market at its new location at The Old Bowery Station. Served up with great jams and music mixes, we doled out bites of our famous snowpea dumplings and traditional siu mai to eager guests. In case you missed out on the fun, check out some of the great photos below! Photo credit: Carson Yiu
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Join us for an exotic Night Market experience at The Old Bowery Station

Night Market NYC
The night market experience that you’ve all grown accustomed to on Elizabeth Street is moving to a new home at The Old Bowery Station! Over the course of two days, nine local vendors – Nom Wah Tea Parlor (us!), Macaron Parlour, Spur Tree, Imperial Woodpecker Sno-balls, Hong Kong Street Cart, Filled With Sweets, Asia Dog, Best Summer, Taicken – will be highlighted along with Taiwan Beer. The event will take place on March 29th and 30th with tastings at 1
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