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  • Spring Tour Bus
    Spring Tour Bus offers transportation between New York and Ohio in comfortable, amenity-packed buses. These buses, which service the Chinatown neighborhood in New York City and travel to Columbus, Dayton, and Cincinnati, are driven by experienced drivers with a minimum of five years experience. The buses feature reclining seats, heating and air conditioning, high-speed WiFi access, outlets, and restrooms in the rear.
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    19 Allen Street
    New York, NY US
  • Chinatown Fair Video Arcade
    Though its wall-to-wall Japanese street-fighter games enticed many patrons, Chinatown Fair's most infamous attractions for more than 50 years were its chickens, according to an article in New York Times. The fowl competed against guests in games of Tic-Tac-Toe, and bags of fortune cookies awaited challengers who could end the chickens' impressive winning streaks. While the feathered opponents were gone when Chinatown Fair reopened in 2012, the arcade still lures plenty of gamers with arcade classics and contemporary favorites. Washed "in bright candy colors, flashing lights and carnival-style music," as described by the Times, the arcade still keeps plenty of street-fighting games at hand, including Tekken Tag Tournament 2 and Street Fighter 4 Arcade Edition. Fighting alternatives include Guitar Hero, air hockey, basketball, skee-ball, ticketed and car racing games. To reward exceptional gaming, the prize counter stays stocked with goodies such as plastic green soldiers and a large selection of candy. The arcade's birthday packages allow partygoers to enjoy a slice of pizza and drinks before venturing into the main room to test their skill on the games.
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    8 Mott St
    New York, NY US
  • Full Bunny Contact
    A slightly dystopic Easter spirit pervades the entire Full Bunny Contact carnival. For more irreverent fun, carnival-goers can Shoot The Peep?a human dressed in a giant Peep costume?or sit on the Insult Easter Bunny's lap. There's also a dance floor where visitors can get their Easter groove on, and for sustenance, concession stands and a bar. In Full Bunny Contact's namesake game, the Easter bunny is not participants' fuzzy, festive friend. Instead, three towering Easter Bunnies chase players trapped in a caged-in field with them for 40 seconds. The players try to gather foam eggs that are redeemable for cash, candy, and prizes; the bunnies try to thwart them. It's a 40-second-long war.
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    107 Suffolk St.
    New York, NY US
  • East Side Dance
    Like most good ideas, Gymboree Play and Music didn't begin in a business meeting—it began out of necessity. In 1976, Joan Barnes, a California mom, found herself frustrated with the lack of spaces where she could take her kids for safe and age-appropriate play time. Knowing that other parents were undoubtedly feeling the same frustration, she took matters into her own hands and founded Gymboree Play and Music. She consulted experts to design a curriculum of activities to foster the development of children’s cognitive, physical, and social skills through structured play. She hired a nationally renowned playground designer Jay Beckwith to design the proprietary play equipment at her centers. And her staff began conducting entertaining classes covering subjects ranging from music to sports to impart valuable lessons of imagination and physical activity to developing minds. As their children learned and socialized, parents also found benefit in meeting and befriending other moms and dads in their local area. More than 30 years later, her vision has proved to be a success: more than 712 child-centered franchises now spread over 42 countries, bringing confidence and creativity to thousands of youngsters in several continents and to one in the center of the earth.
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    100 Reade Street
    New York, NY US
  • BMCC Tribeca Performing Arts Center
    Art of the Stand-Up Comic brings together a quintet of gut-busting talents who elicit laughter in one evening of tag-team hilarity. Carole Montgomery shows off the wickedly deadpan sarcasm that has won her gigs on Comedy Central, ABC, and MTV, whereas the author of The Idiot's Guide to Comedy Writing, Jim Mendrinos, tickles ribs with wry observational rants. Voice actor extraordinaire Brian Scott McFadden has lent his talents to such films as Ice Age II and Robots and interlaces high-energy monologues with hilarious impressions and characters. Also taking the stage, the youngest female comic to ever perform on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham, Liz Miele, mixes self-deprecating sarcasm with cutting insight, and Lori Sommer shows off the improvisational powers that led her to cofound the renowned Red Tie Mafia Improv Troupe.
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    199 Chambers Street
    New York, NY US
  • Bunrasa
    At Bunrasa, you can experience a Chinese restaurant that has a flavorful menu in a familiar ambience. The good quality, set in a familiar atmosphere, will make you a regular. If you don't feel like eating in, you can always grab your food to go, or just place an order for delivery. When you put it all together, Bunrasa definitely stands out from the rest.
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    109 Washington St
    New York, NY US

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