Chinese Lunar New Year Cultural Dinner 2018

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January 26, 2019 (Sat)
6:30 PM - 9:15 PM

Location details upon ticket purchase
Buford Highway
Doraville, GA n.d

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Cost: $50 single person, $90 per couple

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New Years     Dinner     Food     Cocktails     Champagne/Sparking Wine    

Join Natalie and Margaret for a fun, relaxing and oh, so tasty, evening out to celebrate the Year of the Earth Pig at their 8th Annual Chinese Lunar New Year Cultural Tasting Dinner! 

New Year Traditions, New Friends, Good Food! Recover and rejuvenate from holiday shopping and bling frenzy.  Take a break from the cold weather with warm smiles and a warm tummy.

Come one or come all, family-style seating means no foodie left! Great as a gift, special occasion, date night out or groups and teams. See Group/Table discounts.

Event sells out every year. Registration will close when full. Don’t miss it. See y’all at our favorite seasonal event of the year! 

*Best of 2016* Best Cooking Class Teachers 2017 and 2018 * Flavor of Georgia Winner- Best Cooking Sauces*

Saturday, January 26, 6:30 pm
Year of the Earth Pig!

Looking for something unique, tasty and culturally inspiring to help you celebrate Asia’s biggest holiday of the year? Do you like sampling different dishes and meeting new people? Not in the mood to fight crowds, eat standing up or on a styrofoam plate?

Join mother-daughter duo, Chinese Southern Belles, Natalie and Margaret Keng, your cultural hosts, to taste and explore Asia’s most important holiday through a mouth-watering, mega-course dinner of hand-selected, authentic traditional Chinese New Year dishes, fascinating food history, cultural trivia, calligraphy, fun audience participation and raffle prizes. (Proceeds benefit Local Food Initiatives)

Advance ticket required. No tickets sold at door. Address/updates emailed after registration. *Note: This sit-down banquet is geared towards adults and older youth (12+) who appreciate traditional-style Chinese dishes and learning about culture and Lunar New Year traditions.



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