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Chinatown In San Francisco,California

Take a Tour of San Francisco's Chinatown

Covering 24 square blocks, San Francisco's historic Chinatown neighborhood, which was established in 1848, is only one mile from Hotel Nikko. Whether you arrive on foot or by bus, you'll find a wealth of things to do.
 
Discover a wide variety of gift shops and food markets along with restaurants serving authentic Asian cuisine for all types of palates and budgets. Take time to appreciate the iconic architecture of churches, schools, and buildings.
 
Get the most out of your visit by signing up for a guided walking tour, which will introduce you to the myriad of hidden alleyways that are a staple of San Francisco's Chinatown.
 

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Events

  • Chinese New Year Parade
  • Chinatown Community Street Fair
  • Underground Chinatown Exhibit
 
 
 
 

Activities

  • Shopping
  • Dining
  • Fortune Cookie Factory
  • Food Markets
  • Sightseeing
  • Walking Tours
 

FAQs

  • What restaurants will I find in Chinatown?

    There is no shortage of excellent eateries in Chinatown. Savor everything from seafood and duck to pork and abalone at Great Eastern. Treat yourself to Mongolian beef, eggplant with spicy garlic sauce, and Kung Pao chicken at Hunan Home's Restaurant. While House of Nanking has an extensive menu, the sesame chicken is a real crowd pleaser. And for delectable desserts, pop into Golden Gate Bakery for an egg custard tart or moon cake.
  • What are the best things to do in Chinatown?

    You'll find plenty of attractions and things to do in San Francisco's Chinatown. At the top of your to-do list put the Fortune Cookie Factory where you'll see first-hand how the cookies are made and how the fortunes get inside. Other must-visit spots include Portsmouth Square, the various Chinatown alleys, the landmark Chinatown gateway, and the food markets on Stockton Street.
 

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