This week on Sierra Sharae Takes New York I bring you to China Town and Little Italy. One thing about New York is that it's a big melting pot full of different cultures. It was so interesting to see China Town and Little Italy because it was such a culture shock. First, My friends and I checked out some stores in China Town. China Town is infamous for it's sales of Designer Knock offs. Multiple times, a street Saleswoman or Salesman discretely asked me did I want to buy a Gucci or Michael Kors bag. I'd have to admit, they know how to hustle. After China Town, we went to Little Italy. It was so cool to see the graffiti on the sides of the buildings. Near one of the graffiti paintings that I show in the video, there was a Gelato and Italian Ice stand. They also had freshly made Canolies and a stand where a guy was making Cigars right in front of the street walkers eyes. Something else that I loved about Little Italy was the way that the restaurants were set up. All of them had areas outside where you could eat or you could go inside. Most people enjoyed sitting outside to eat their meals. We decided to have dinner in a restaurant named LUNA. The food was delicious and you could tell that there were real Italians in the back cooking it. Check out my video above so you can see for yourself.