Is Chinatown in Seattle worth visiting? While the neighborhood started as a Chinese-dominant area during the 1800s, it has since morphed into a mishmash of many cultures, mostly Asian, coming together for intercontinental traditions and delicious food. The restaurants in this district are abundant and well worth exploring.
What food is Seattle most famous for? Shellfish is a Seattle staple, from the many places to slurp fantastically briny oysters to those that serve up geoduck (pronounced “gooey duck”), an enormous, coveted clam that sometimes catches newcomers off guard with its odd appearance.
Does Seattle have a big Chinatown?
Chinatown–International District, Seattle.
|Seattle Chinatown Historic District|
|Location||Roughly bounded by Yesler, Rainier, Dearborn, and Fourth, Seattle, Washington|
|Area||23 acres (9.3 ha)|
What street is Chinatown in Seattle?
|Historic Chinatown Gate|
|Location||S King Street & 5th Avenue S Seattle, Washington|
|Groundbreaking||April 23, 2006|