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8 Ways to Celebrate the Year of the Tiger in Las Vegas Restaurants

Restaurants have special menus to celebrate the Chinese Lunar New Year

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February 1 marks the Lunar New Year in many Asian countries including China, Vietnam, and South Korea. The Year of the Tiger brings new beginnings, reunion dinners, and celebrations across the city. Here, a look at some of the special menus to help ring in the Year of the Tiger.

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Majordomo Meat & Fish

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Eater 38 favorite Majordomo Meat & Fish is always a destination for a celebratory dinner, but for Lunar New Year it’s adding a longevity noodle special to the menu, with extra-long noodles, plus lobster and bok choy to up the ante. Pair with items from their regular menu like a whole-smoked short rib or a 40-ounce ribeye.

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Majordomo’s Lunar New Year longevity noodles
Andrew Bezek

Mott 32

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Mott 32’s new year menu leans on traditional Chinese dishes like abalone fish maw soup, barbecued Iberia pork, a steamed whole sea bass, and more for $148 per person. This Lucky Foods Only menu runs January 28 to February 5. Reservations are available through Sevenrooms.

Mott 32 main dining room
Mott 32 main dining room
Amelinda B Lee

China Poblano

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From February 1 to 11, China Poblano is offering a couple of additions to its regular menu, including wok-roasted beans, scallop and pork siu mai, and duck bao buns, plus a cocktail made with scotch, dry vermouth, baijiu (a traditional Chinese liquor), lemon and five-spice.

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Ondori Asian Kitchen

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At Ondori, add dishes like lobster-packed noodles, fat choy pig’s feet, a whole steamed bass, and dried oyster soup to your regular order. The special menu additions will be available January 31 to February 2.

Ondori Asian Kitchen
Ondori Asian Kitchen
Amelinda B Lee

Wing Lei

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Ring in the new year with an over-the-top brunch at Wing Lei. They’ll be serving prime rib, noodle soup, and Peking duck, as well as running a sushi station and carts of dim sum rolling between tables. The special brunch will be served 10:30a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday to Sunday the weekends of February 5 and 12.

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Hakkasan Restaurant Las Vegas

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If you’re looking for a Lunar New Year celebration that’s more of a party, reserve a table for Hakkasan’s three-course menu featuring salmon crudo, wagyu beef, morel mushrooms, and more. Once you’re done eating, head upstairs to dance off the meal and celebrate the new year.

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Hakkasan
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Electra Cocktail Club

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Each of the three bars in the Venetian’s Cocktail Collective is offering a Lunar New Year cocktail featuring Rémy Martin VSOP. Sample Electra’s Tiger Blossom, featuring lemon and strawberries, then head over to Rosina Cocktail Lounge for a Spicy Longevity with ginger, lime and allspice. Finish off the night at the Dorsey, where the Lunar Lantern is made with Benedictine, angostura bitters, and lemon.

Electra Cocktail Club Anthony Mair

Vegas Test Kitchen

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Mama Crystina Nguyen of This Mama’s House and chef Stephen Parker of Down2Earth Plant-Based Cuisine are hosting a vegan Chinese New Year dinner on February 1, with two seatings available. The menu will include longevity garlic noodles, green onion pancakes, money bag dumplings, and more. $88.88 buys dinner for two. Tickets available through SecretBurger.

The interior of a restaurant Vegas Test Kitchen

Majordomo Meat & Fish

A plate of noodles
Majordomo’s Lunar New Year longevity noodles
Andrew Bezek

Eater 38 favorite Majordomo Meat & Fish is always a destination for a celebratory dinner, but for Lunar New Year it’s adding a longevity noodle special to the menu, with extra-long noodles, plus lobster and bok choy to up the ante. Pair with items from their regular menu like a whole-smoked short rib or a 40-ounce ribeye.

A plate of noodles
Majordomo’s Lunar New Year longevity noodles
Andrew Bezek

Mott 32

Mott 32 main dining room
Mott 32 main dining room
Amelinda B Lee

Mott 32’s new year menu leans on traditional Chinese dishes like abalone fish maw soup, barbecued Iberia pork, a steamed whole sea bass, and more for $148 per person. This Lucky Foods Only menu runs January 28 to February 5. Reservations are available through Sevenrooms.

Mott 32 main dining room
Mott 32 main dining room
Amelinda B Lee

China Poblano

China Poblano

From February 1 to 11, China Poblano is offering a couple of additions to its regular menu, including wok-roasted beans, scallop and pork siu mai, and duck bao buns, plus a cocktail made with scotch, dry vermouth, baijiu (a traditional Chinese liquor), lemon and five-spice.

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Ondori Asian Kitchen

Ondori Asian Kitchen
Ondori Asian Kitchen
Amelinda B Lee

At Ondori, add dishes like lobster-packed noodles, fat choy pig’s feet, a whole steamed bass, and dried oyster soup to your regular order. The special menu additions will be available January 31 to February 2.

Ondori Asian Kitchen
Ondori Asian Kitchen
Amelinda B Lee

Wing Lei

Barbara Kraft

Ring in the new year with an over-the-top brunch at Wing Lei. They’ll be serving prime rib, noodle soup, and Peking duck, as well as running a sushi station and carts of dim sum rolling between tables. The special brunch will be served 10:30a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday to Sunday the weekends of February 5 and 12.

Barbara Kraft

Hakkasan Restaurant Las Vegas

Hakkasan
Hakkasan
Handout

If you’re looking for a Lunar New Year celebration that’s more of a party, reserve a table for Hakkasan’s three-course menu featuring salmon crudo, wagyu beef, morel mushrooms, and more. Once you’re done eating, head upstairs to dance off the meal and celebrate the new year.

Hakkasan
Hakkasan
Handout

Electra Cocktail Club

Electra Cocktail Club Anthony Mair

Each of the three bars in the Venetian’s Cocktail Collective is offering a Lunar New Year cocktail featuring Rémy Martin VSOP. Sample Electra’s Tiger Blossom, featuring lemon and strawberries, then head over to Rosina Cocktail Lounge for a Spicy Longevity with ginger, lime and allspice. Finish off the night at the Dorsey, where the Lunar Lantern is made with Benedictine, angostura bitters, and lemon.

Electra Cocktail Club Anthony Mair

Vegas Test Kitchen

The interior of a restaurant Vegas Test Kitchen

Mama Crystina Nguyen of This Mama’s House and chef Stephen Parker of Down2Earth Plant-Based Cuisine are hosting a vegan Chinese New Year dinner on February 1, with two seatings available. The menu will include longevity garlic noodles, green onion pancakes, money bag dumplings, and more. $88.88 buys dinner for two. Tickets available through SecretBurger.

The interior of a restaurant Vegas Test Kitchen

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