Port Arthur Restaurant
The Port Arthur Restaurant was also established in 1897 and operated for more than 85 years. Chu Gam Fai was the original owner who started this restaurant business. The restaurant's name was selected to be named after a city that was located in the northeastern China coast where the first victory of Asian power over European power had occurred in 1894. The restaurant was located on the second and third floors of 7–9 Mott Street.
The entrance of the restaurant was an awning ornate pagoda-style and the Chinese pagoda-style balcony would eventually become a trademark for the rest of the period of the restaurant business. It was the first Chinese restaurant in NYC's Chinatown to obtain a liquor license. The upper...
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