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Let's Celebrate the New Lunar Year with Dim Sum in Chinatown

Hosted by a member of the Boston Arts & Culture Group
Culture & Entertainment
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Took place 2 months ago
Sun 25 Feb 10:00 - 12:00

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Lets celebrate the new lunar year Protected content , the year of the Dog with dim sum at the Hei La Moon Restaurant in Boston's Chinatown.

The new lunar year actually starts on Friday, February 16, however Chinatown is hosting its festivities on Sunday, February 25. ( Protected content )

The meeting time for this event is 10 am sharp! I know this time seems a little early to a lot of you, however, speaking from experience, due to parades and festivities, arriving any later would result be very difficult due to expected crowds. It is important that we be on time. Due to the festivities, the restaurant will be very busy and warned me if we are late, they will give away our tables.

I decided to reserve two tables. Each table sits 10 people. Depending on interest, I will add or subtract tables. In the meantime, I set the limit to 20 people.

Please plan ahead and expect delays in traffic, parking, and public transportation delays. Please give yourself extra time to travel to this event so you can arrive on-time at Hei La Moon Restaurant.

***There is a validated parking garage right above the restaurant. If you are driving, please allow yourself extra time. ***

If you are late, I can not guarantee that you will be able to join the group. It will be crowded and you may not recognize us and we may not recognize you in the crowds. Please understand we may not be able to wait for latecomers.

For those who never had Dim Sum, Dim Sum offers a menu of a variety of bite-size food and dumplings. The fun is in ordering as a group and in sharing Dim Sum orders. The result, the group gets to sample all sorts of delicious and some exotic food items.

What is always amazing is the price at the end of the meal, the bill has always surprised people to be so low especially considering all the food that was consumed.

After dim sum, depending on interest, we can explore the neighborhood and check out the lion dance parade and other cultural attractions.

Happy New Year Protected content ! Year of the Dog!

Joana