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Nom Wah

Nom Wah

Regular price $1,500.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $1,500.00 USD
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In the heart of Chinatown on Doyers Street is the neighborhood’s oldest restaurant, Nom Wah Tea Parlor. It was opened in 1920 by Ed and May Choy as a tea parlor and bakery that served dim sum on the side. In 1950, Wally Tang immigrated from China and got his first job at Nom Wah. Within four years, he worked his way up from the kitchen to running the entire restaurant. In 1974, the Choys retired and sold the building and business to Tang. The bakery, specifically the almond cookies and mooncakes, was popular with locals until business began to decline in the 90s. Wally gave Nom Wah to his nephew Wilson Tang in 2010, who renovated the restaurant and updated the dim sum style to be made-to-order and served till 9 pm. Since their reopening, regulars and the younger generation have flocked back to this historic business.
13 Doyers Street, New York, NY 10013

Limited Edition Prints: All archival prints are printed on canvas and come with at least 1.5 inch bleed so they can be stretched and framed. They are also hand embellished with a splash of color, signed, numbered, and dated. This is the inaugural set of prints, and will be limited to 5 total prints of each piece. Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipping.

Quantity : 5

Enhanced Matte Paper: Please allow 2 to 3 weeks for shipping.

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