Hakkasan at the MGM Grand kicked off its Chinese New Year celebration on Thursday night with the Chinese “Wishing Tree” tradition, inspired by the famous ancient banyan tree in Hong Kong.
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Looking for a fun way to ring in the Lunar New Year? From a forbidden rice dessert to a bowl of noodles, here are tasty offerings and experiences from all over San Francisco.
Ring in the Chinese New Year in the best way possible—with food!
With the Chinese New Year celebrations already upon us—tomorrow marks the beginning of the festivities—luxury London retailers and other global brands are turning increasingly creative in order to mark the occasion.
It’s the Year of the Sheep and Hakkasan San Francisco has a Chinese New Year menu that will make you go baa baa. We had a chance to taste it first when it was unveiled on Feb. 9 and suggest you book your reservations now to enjoy this scrumptious, eight-course festive feast that is available through March 1
Wondering where to usher in the Year of the Goat? Panic not. Haute Time has some suggestions
Following the success of last year’s Chinese New Year celebrations, award-winning Northern Chinese restaurant, Hutong, will again be celebrating on 19th February with a host of exciting events drawing inspiration from many Chinese traditions.
The Venetian and Palazzo welcomed the Year of the Horse on Friday with a traditional lion and dragon dance. Sheldon Adelson, chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corporation, along with his wife, Dr. Miriam Adelson, were in attendance to paint the eyes of the dragon…Read The Full Post
The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas celebrated the Year of the Horse with a “Dotting of the Eyes” ceremony and street parade throughout the resort on Saturday. The event featured a twisting and turning dragon, lions and dancers. In addition, the resort featured art from Alexander…Read The Full Post
Hakkasan at the MGM Grand welcomed the Year of the Horse by kicking off its Chinese New Year celebration with a traditional lion dance on Friday night. From the pounding of drums to the stirring of chants, the festive vibrations filled the restaurant. The clashing…Read The Full Post