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Michael Chow’s hippest and latest location opened in 2006, the second NYC outpost after the original on 57th Street, attracting celebrity patrons from the worlds of music, art and fashion. Decorated with black and white lacquer, the main dining room features original works by artists such as Julian Schnabel, Andy Warhol and Helmut Newton. The menu offers both authentic Beijing cuisine and Mr. Chow’s original recipes like Chicken Satay, Mr. Chow Noodles, Green Prawns and Ma Mignon. There’s also live entertainment nightly as the skilled pasta chefs demonstrate the artistry of the original Beijing style of hand-pulled noodle-making.