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Celebrate Chinese New Year in NYC

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Celebrate Chinese New Year in NYC
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Mimi Cheng's Dumplings

Warm up with spicy chili oil wontons at this from-scratch Taiwanese dumpling house. It's a twist on a family recipe & features wonton wrappers filled with organic chicken & a fiery broth.

Little Tong Noodle Shop

The East village location of mixian (rice noodle) shop will do a take on ShengJian Bao (SJB) - crispy pan-seared pork soup dumplings with a black sesame plum chili vinaigrette plus a special mixian for the duration of the two-week festival - bbq baby back ribs & wonton.

Atlas Kitchen

This UWS newcomer leans modern for its CNY menu, with plates like coral lobster with salted duck egg, foie gras udon with fried dough & grilled quail with cumin.


For the year of the pig, chef Greg Proechel is serving up his take on ramen featuring kakuni (Japanese braised pork) & longevity noodles in a shoyu broth.

Tang Hotpot

Bring the crew & feast on a special prix fixe menu (complete with appetizers, meat, seafood, veggies & dessert) at this group-friendly Sichuan hot pot spot.

MáLà Project

The dry pot specialist is celebrating the holiday with 15 days of menu specials at its East Village location, from pork dumplings to marinated duck.


This posh restaurant at Mandarin Oriental will herald in the Lunar New Year with Chinese teas, green tea ice cream & oversized fortune cookies (made in-house).

Chinese Tuxedo

The contemporary Chinese restaurant is hosting a banquet dinner featuring dishes to promote good fortune, with a performance by a traditional lion dance troupe.


This NoHo hub for Japanese comfort food is offering a 3-course family-style prix fixe menu with nods to classic dishes for Chinese & Japanese New Year.

Little Alley

Classic Chinese New Year dishes are on the menu at this traditional Shanghainese eatery, including cheese-baked lobster & Dungeness crab with salted duck egg.


Go all-out at this upscale Chinese restaurant known for its legendary Peking duck, which is included in each of the three celebratory family-style menus.