America's Best Neighborhoods for Ethnic Food

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Courtesy of Las Vegas Chinatowm

In these ethnic neighborhoods, you can eat your way around the world—no passport required.

Chinatown, Las Vegas

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The world is dotted with Chinatowns. The largest may be in Saigon and the most famous in San Francisco, but one of the newest and most vibrant happens to be in Sin City. The neighborhood is centered around Chinatown Plaza, highlighted by a massive Chinese-style arch and lined with Asian-oriented businesses, such as jewelry stores (Tiayi Jade Gallery, 4255 Spring Mountain Rd.; 626-226-8789), bookstores (Great Wall Bookstore, 4255 Spring Mountain Rd.; 702-876-8875), and of course, restaurants. Tuck into Cantonese dishes at KJ Kitchen (5960 Spring Mountain Rd.; 702-221-0456) or tangerine-spiked chicken at Emperor’s Garden Restaurant.

America's Best Neighborhoods for Ethnic Food

Chinatown, Las Vegas

The world is dotted with Chinatowns. The largest may be in Saigon and the most famous in San Francisco, but one of the newest and most vibrant happens to be in Sin City. The neighborhood is centered around Chinatown Plaza, highlighted by a massive Chinese-style arch and lined with Asian-oriented businesses, such as jewelry stores (Tiayi Jade Gallery, 4255 Spring Mountain Rd.; 626-226-8789), bookstores (Great Wall Bookstore, 4255 Spring Mountain Rd.; 702-876-8875), and of course, restaurants. Tuck into Cantonese dishes at KJ Kitchen (5960 Spring Mountain Rd.; 702-221-0456) or tangerine-spiked chicken at Emperor’s Garden Restaurant.

Courtesy of Las Vegas Chinatowm [1] [1] http://www.lvchinatown.com/
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