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Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, 65 Bayard St. (Chinatown) | 44 Amazing NYC Places That Actually Still Exist

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, 65 Bayard St. (Chinatown) | 44 Amazing NYC Places That Actually Still Exist

new york city: what to see when you have the time!

new york city: what to see when you have the time!

Like a secret train station under the Waldorf that FDR and Batman used to use...

21 New York City secrets you didn’t know existed

Like a secret train station under the Waldorf that FDR and Batman used to use...

The Lemon Ice King of Corona, 52-02 108th St. (Corona)

44 Amazing NYC Places That Actually Still Exist

The Lemon Ice King of Corona, 52-02 108th St. (Corona)

The NYC Chinatown #DimSumChallenge

The NYC Chinatown Dim Sum Challenge

The NYC Chinatown #DimSumChallenge

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory 65 Bayard St New York, NY 10013 http://www.yelp.com/biz/chinatown-ice-cream-factory-new-york?osq=Max+%26+Mina%27s Flavors: Almond Cookie, Black Sesame, Durian, Ginger, Lychee, Mango, Pandan, Pineapple, Red Bean, Taro / Ube, Zen Butter, Banana, Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Bacon... Photo by Christina S. "CICF signs are designed by the children at CPC 124."

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory 65 Bayard St New York, NY 10013 http://www.yelp.com/biz/chinatown-ice-cream-factory-new-york?osq=Max+%26+Mina%27s Flavors: Almond Cookie, Black Sesame, Durian, Ginger, Lychee, Mango, Pandan, Pineapple, Red Bean, Taro / Ube, Zen Butter, Banana, Pumpkin Pie, Chocolate Bacon... Photo by Christina S. "CICF signs are designed by the children at CPC 124."

Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown

Lower Manhattan’s Chinatown

inspiration

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Chinatown Ice Cream Factory - Amazing ice cream with many unique flavors. Went here with Rachael.

Chinatown Ice Cream Factory - Amazing ice cream with many unique flavors. Went here with Rachael.

<b>A lot of classic New York City spots <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/perpetua/classic-nyc-spots-that-closed-forever-in-2014">might be disappearing</a>, but you can still go to these distinctive shops, bars, and restaurants.</b> For now, anyway.

Yonah Schimmel Knish Bakery, 137 East Houston St. (East Village)

<b>A lot of classic New York City spots <a href="http://www.buzzfeed.com/perpetua/classic-nyc-spots-that-closed-forever-in-2014">might be disappearing</a>, but you can still go to these distinctive shops, bars, and restaurants.</b> For now, anyway.

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