New York’s Chinatown just announced that it will be hosting its own upcoming Restaurant Week. The promotional week will take place from March 9th to March 18th, and participating restaurants will offer a 10-day prix fixe multi course dinner for $18.88 per person excluding tax and tip.
The week is being presented by public relations firm, the Kaimen Company, emphasizing that the theme of this Restaurant Week is ‘coming home’ to Chinatown.
“Our Chinatown community, Founding Participants, and Founding Community Supporters are thrilled to invite everyone home with us for Chinatown Restaurant Week. We believe the Restaurant Week dining and shopping deals are so exceptional that people will want to come to Chinatown as often as a possible during Restaurant Week and visit Chinatown again in the future,” said Kaimen Company President and Chinatown Restaurant Week Executive Producer Julie Huang.
According to Chinatown Restaurant Creative Director Bob Barnett, the one thing about Chinese culture everyone can agree on is the food. Barnett hopes first-timers and weekly regulars will dine at restaurants in Chinatown that week in March, for a unique cultural experience.
On February 13th, the Asian American Restaurant Association and representatives from the New York State Restaurant Association are hosting an information briefing at Lin Sing Association on Mott Street, to answer questions about the Restaurant Week and assist with registration. For those requesting more information you can dial (775) 996-3560, enter room number 669137 and press # to begin listening for information. Chinatown Restaurant Week is a community-based celebration of Chinese food, culture and the local Chinatown community.
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