Not much has changed at this tiny Chinatown storefront since it opened in 1963. Three women sit at a conveyer belt, folding messages into thousands of fortune cookies—20,000 a day—as the manager invariably calls out to tourists, beckoning them to stroll in, watch the cookies being made, and buy a bag of 40 for about $3. You can purchase regular fortunes, unfolded flat cookies without fortunes, or, if you bring your own fortunes, they can create custom cookies.