Nothing makes you go ¯\(°_o)/¯ more than LA's Chinatown. It's one of the largest and oldest Chinatowns in the entire country, but for years it's also been one of LA's whatever-est neighborhoods. Well, not anymore: with a recent resurgence in food/booze/super-nerd awesomeness, the area’s again got a lot going for it, starting with these 15 must-visits that mix the oldness with the newness.
Best late-night dim sum: Won Kok
210 Alpine St
Not only is the name super fun to say aloud (ha ha ha), but you'd think more places would follow the example of this Chinatown pioneer, which keeps a ready-to-go steamer full of sticky rice, shu mai, and har gow, even after last call: they're open 'til 3am nightly, which means that sweet, savory salvation's just stumbling distance away.