The fishmongers and grocers of Grand were all open for business yesterday afternoon.
The Golden Steamer was ready for business . . .
. . . while Sheng Wang stood ready to whip you up a plate of stir-fried peel noodles with baby bok choi and egg.
About half the usual number of market tables were set up on Mulberry Street, just below Canal, selling longans, dragon fruit, star fruit, and red spiny rambutans.
On Bayard, Homer beckons you in for a bubble tea.
Congee Village on Allen Street remained shuttered.
Best dim sum in Chinatown: Royal Seafood
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