Celebrate Chinese New Year in Miami with dim sum, dragon dances & more

Celebrate the Year of the Dragon in Miami…

Chow Down Grill South Beach rings in the Year of the Dragon with live entertainment, parading dragons, Kung Fu martial artists and its regular a la carte menu.
Chow Down Grill & Lounge: 933 Alton Rd, Miami Beach; 305-674-1674

Hakkasan is celebrating the Year of the Dragon with sven days of menu specials from Jan 22-29. The party kicks off with a dragon dance on Sunday, Jan 22 at 9pm. The family-style menu rings in at $128 per person and features pan-fried scallion puffs, braised abalone, crispy fried nut chicken, Chinese long life crispy noodles and drunken prawn fire in clay pot.
Hakkasan at Fontainebleau Miami Beach: 4441 Collins Ave, Miami Beach; 877-326-7412

The Mandarin Oriental is showcasing a six-week art exhibition by Chinese artist Fung Ming Chip beginning Jan 23; hosting a three-course wine-paired dinner with Fung on Weds, Jan 25 ($75 per person); throwing a beachside party Sat Jan 28 featuring a dragon dance, artistic demos, red & gold lanterns, a live DJ, an open bar and Asian-style food stations ($95 per person in advance, $110 at the door); and offering a celebratory a la carte menu at Cafe Sambal from Jan 23-Feb 5. Available nightly from 5-11pm, the menu features kung pao scallops, char siu pork chop, chicken & shrimp egg rolls and Peking duck.

Philippe is honoring the New Year with dragons, drums & dumplings on Monday, Jan 23. Enjoy complimentary cocktails from 6-7pm, performances beginning at 7pm and a special pre-fixe menu available all evening.
Philippe: 36 Ocean Dr, Miami Beach; 305-674-0250

Tony Chan’s Water Club is celebrating the Year of the Dragon with a lion dance performance Sunday (Jan 22) at 8pm. Enjoy the traditional dance then sate you appetite on the regular a la carte menu featuring pork dumplings, cashew chicken and Cantonese steak.




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