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Chinese New Year

  1. grub guides
    Where to Celebrate the Lunar New Year in New York CityDive into the Year of the Pig with all the dumplings, hot pot, and noodles you can stand.
  2. grub guides
    8 Restaurants Celebrating the Chinese New Year With Great FoodSpecial hot pots, noodles, and more.
  3. grub guides
    12 Restaurants Where You Can Ring In the Chinese New Year DeliciouslySpecials from Hao Noodle and Tea, Win Son, Joy Luck Palace, and more.
  4. Grub Guides
    5 Intriguing Chinese New Year Specials Worth Seeking OutLimited-time-only dishes at East Wind Snack Shop, RedFarm, and more.
  5. Grub Guides
    14 Excellent Chinese New Year Specials in New YorkScallop wontons, wild-boar congee, and more.
  6. Foodievents
    Chinese New Year Celebrations Continue in Chinatown and Alhambra This WeekendLunar New Year Festivals to bring food truck night market in Chinatown and Asian street eats galore in Alhambra.
  7. Grub Guide
    Where to Ring In the Year of the Snake This WeekendHere’s your chance to reboot your blown New Year’s resolutions.
  8. Chinese New Year
    Where to Celebrate the Year of the DragonChinese New Year dinners of every stripe.
  9. Events
    Grab Your Seat For Sun Wah’s Chinese New Year FeastTickets are going fast for the Chinese New Year’s Eve feast at Sun Wah Bar-B-Q.
  10. User’s Guide
    Where to Celebrate the Year of the RabbitGrub Street’s roundup of Chinese New Year meals.
  11. Foodievents
    Where to Eat For Lunar New YearCelebrate the Year of the Rabbit with traditional dim sum, contemporary Asian-inspired dishes and a Peking duck surf and turf burger.
  12. Menus
    What to Eat for Chinese New Year at Dumpling CafeDumpling Cafe rolls out a budget-friendly Chinese New Year menu.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Gaia Italian Café Opens on Lower East Side; Nom Wah Tea Parlor ReopensPlus: Compose adds a dessert tasting menu, and more, in our daily neighborhood watch.
  14. Mediavore
    Most Restaurant Workers Uninsured; Food Stamps Lose StigmaPlus: meet the $18,000 espresso machine, Chinese New Year dining goes upscale, and more in our morning news roundup.
  15. What to Eat
    A Rose Is a Rose Is a Fish?In Flushing, a fish slathered with mayo and rose petals?
  16. Chinese New Year
    Yangming’s Beard House Banquet Can Also Be Your Chinese New Year BanquetThe lauded fine-dining Chinese restaurateur will cook at the Beard House
  17. New Management
    Changes at a Flushing Dim-Sum Wonderland?An establishment described as “Versailles on crack” may be under new management.
  18. Ask a Waiter
    Golden Unicorn’s Sam Chen Expects a Crazy Chinese New Year’Some old dishes will never change … spring rolls, shrimp dumplings, pork shumai. Old-style.’
  19. NewsFeed
    Chris Cheung’s Foie Gras Bao Resurface in Midtown East When chef Chris Cheung told us “Chinese cooking is cloaked in secrecy. I know those traditional recipes, but I also have been trained in the new, cutting-edge techniques that a lot of Western chefs are using” after leaving his post at Almond Flower last July, he simultaneously had us pining over the loss of his modern Chinese dishes and anticipating his return to the city’s dining landscape. Well, the liquid–foie gras–squirting bao are back — along with sweet-chile baby back ribs — and now available at Cheung’s newest post, Monkey Bar. The Glazier Group hired the Nobu alum as a replacement for chef Patricia Yeo in hopes that he will have better luck revitalizing the chronically buzz-lacking restaurant. With the Chinese New Year starting tomorrow, Cheung informed Gothamist he’ll be cooking dishes designed for prosperity, but his new permanent menu, which includes sliders in bao buns and wok-fried noodles with short ribs in house-made abalone oyster sauce, might just be all the luck he (and Monkey Bar) needs.—Alexandra Vallis Monkey Bar Menu
  20. NewsFeed
    The Best New Noodle Shop in Chinatown, and Where to Go for Chinese New Year Eddie Schoenfeld is a bubbly fellow who lives in Brooklyn and happens to be an expert in Chinese-restaurant cooking. After years studying with exiled Chinese chefs in France and here, he went on to help open Shun Lee West, Pig Heaven, Auntie Yuan’s, Chinatown Brasserie, and many other restaurants. We asked him where to celebrate Chinese New Year, the eve of which is February 6th.
  21. Mediavore
    NYSRA Fights Calorie Law Again; Bovine Waterboarding Video ReleasedThe New York State Restaurant Association filed another suit in federal district court yesterday to prevent a law requiring some restaurants to post calorie information on menus and signs from being enacted. [Grub Street] Was the Times guilty of scaremongering with its slew of mercury-in-tuna stories? [Slate] With the recent spate of wine bar openings, it’s worth considering what really constitutes a wine bar. A good wine list is a good start! [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
  22. Back of the House
    Restaurants Not Feeling the Love Last Night; Menu Secrets Kept From RiffraffA brutal Valentine’s Day for New York restaurants, battered by cancellations owing to the lousy weather. [WCBS] Many of the city’s best restaurants have off-the-menu specials: foie gras donuts at Telepan, Daniel Boulud’s lobster ravioli at Le Cirque, and more, all revealed here. [Restaurant Girl] Chocolate, of all things, turns out to be New York’s No. 1 specialty-food export — if you eat it on the East Coast, chances are it came from here. Food processing is “by far the most stable major manufacturing sector” in the city, and one of the last. [NYT]