An old Chinese restaurant sign return to view

Inexpensive Chinese restaurants have a long history in the city—chop suey was even invented in New York! Now, a previously hidden sign is back on display.

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Hunan & Szechuan Cuisine, on Fourth Avenue and 13th Street, had been covered up by a different sign for Young Chow Restaurant—it’s now gone, the place shuttered one recent morning and sporting this (1980s?) signage.

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4 Responses to “An old Chinese restaurant sign return to view”

  1. Lady G. Says:

    It does have an eighties feel. Though I think the signs look almost the same today in some take-outs.

  2. Pinball29 Says:

    Sad to see this Chinese takeout go. It was one of the last in the neighborhood and was always packed at lunch. Can a Fro-Yo hell-hole be far behind?

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