This is a decent pharmacy however the prices on the items are a bit on the high side. Chinese runned business but it is one of the only places to find a copy of the New York Times. The candies are still cheap as are the photocopies. It is simple to drop off the prescription in the back then go out, do a bit of food shopping and return for it. This is in a nice location in Chinatown.
Not a place for the ladies to go by themselves. The place is dark, dimmed lights and smells like smoke. Mostly a place for teens though those under 18 are not allowed in until a certain time during the school days. Don't count on meeting nice people, most keep to themselves or come in a gang of people. For those that walk by the arcade, it's better to walk on the other side. You must exchange money for their tokens to play the games. Might as well find a nicer arcade elsewhere.
The store is very good in salt water selection for the salt water hobbyist. The staff in knowledgeable and helpful. Being a store in midtown NY, the prices are a bit more than chain stores. They use high quality metal halide lights which are the best and most expensive therefore reflecting on the high quality of livestock. There is a small selection of fresh water fish but the salt water is one of the best in the city.
PROS: Quality livestock