Chinese New Year, or Lunar New Year, is a festival to celebrate the turn of the Chinese lunisolar calendar. This year, the Year of the Monkey, the celebration falls on Monday, February 8. Restaurants all over the city are offering special additions to their menus such as noodles and dumplings said to promote longevity and prosperity respectively. From Chinatown to Williamsburg, here are ten restaurants celebrating with specials this weekend:Read More
Chinese New Year NYC: Where to Celebrate the Year of the Monkey
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1. Fung Tu
2. The Lucky Bee
3. Yunnan BBQ
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5. Pig and Khao
Tickets for Pig and Khao's Notorious P.I.G. dinner can be purchased on here.
Tuome with three menu additions. Options include snow crab with noodles, and dashi parmesan ($19); langoustine spring rolls ($21); and whole dorade for two with fermented black bean. The three dishes, available only from 2/4 until 2/9, represent longevity, wealth, and abundance respectively.
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9. Kings County Imperial
10. Black Tree BK
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