NYC Chinatown Restaurant Week March 9 - 18

New York City's Chinatown hosts its own Restaurant Week, from March 9 to 18. to encourage everyone to come and enjoy the wonderful dining and shopping experiences in NYC very own Chinatown

NYC Chinatown Restaurant Week

Who: Participating restaurants, businesses, community supporters will be present along with special guests Congresswoman Nydia M. Velazquez, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, Councilmember Margaret Chin and others.

When: Friday, March 2 at 2:30pm – 3:30pm

Where: Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), a 2012 Chinatown Restaurant Week Founding Community Supporter, is located at 215 Centre Street, Chinatown, NY. MOCA is dedicated to preserving and presenting the history, heritage, culture and diverse experiences of people of Chinese descent in the United States.

About Chinatown Restaurant Week

All restaurants, unless otherwise noted, will offer special three-course dinner menus for $18.88 per person. Please note that Peking Duck House will offer $18.88 per person for lunch only and not dinner. This pricing excludes tax, tip, and gratuity and is not the pricing for group parties. Please contact the restaurant directly for group party pricing.

Restaurants include: Delight 28 (28 Pell St), Golden Unicorn (18 E Broadway) , Grand Bo Ky Restaurant (216 Grand St), Emperor Japanese Tapas Shabu Restaurant (96 Bowery St), HK Wonton Garden (79 Mulberry St and originally from 56 Mott St), Lobster Boat (11 Mott St), Lucky Plaza Restaurant (81 Chrystie St), Mika Japanese Cuisine & Bar (150 Centre Street), Nha Trang One (87 Baxter St), Nom Wah Tea Parlor (13 Doyer St), Peking Duck House (28 Mott St), Pho Grand (277c Grand St), Red Egg ( 202 Centre St), Shanghai Gourmet (23 Pell St), New West Malaysian (14-18 Elizabeth Street or 46-48 Bowery Street Arcade #26 #27 #28), Xe Lua Vietnamese Restaurant (86 Mulberry St).

Businesses offering special deals include: Haagen-Dazs (53 Mott St), Reliance Star Payment Services, Ahoy NY Tours & Tasting , New Foot Long Live (55 Bayard St.), You and Her Spa (18 East Broadway), and MyPRGenie(Official Marketing Platform).

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  1. Oo - yes - thanks for this info. I didn't know this existed!

  2. Very cool event...wish they had something like this in LI. But then again, I don't think there would be enough Chinese restaurants in one area to do this. Plus, it's not the same as the NYC Chinese restaurants which are so yumilicious!