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This year, we invite you to our house to celebrate. Explore our Lucky 8 Menu, which offers traditional dishes across regions of Asia, raise a glass with our new featured cocktail, The Red Lantern, and submit a wish to Light Up A Life of someone who needs a little extra luck.


Join us as we honor our heritage and welcome good fortune in the new year!


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The History of Lunar New Year


Lunar New Year has been honored for thousands of years throughout Asia, from China and Vietnam to Korea and Thailand. It’s a time to welcome new beginnings, fresh starts, and share meals with friends and family.


Celebrated by more than 20% of the world, Lunar New Year, also known as Chinese New Year, Chunjie, and the Spring Festival, is determined by the lunar calendar, which means this incredibly popular holiday has no set date. Lunar New Year celebrations begin with the first new moon of the lunar calendar and continue for up to 15 days.


Tradition is very important when honoring the Lunar New Year. For example, households should refrain from sweeping, which may eliminate good luck. Crying, borrowing money, and eating porridge are also considered taboo, as they are all believed to bring misfortune or poverty in the coming year. Luckier traditions include lighting fireworks to scare off evil spirits, hanging red lanterns to bring prosperity, and of course, preparing good-luck foods and sharing them with your loved ones.

 

Light Up A Life


In many Asian cultures, lighting a lantern is said to bring good luck.

This Lunar New Year, we invite you to symbolically light a lantern for someone who needs a little extra luck. Tell us why this person deserves good fortune, and what you would like to do for them. After February 8, we’ll choose 3 lucky individuals and fulfill the wish submitted on their behalf.* See Official Rules

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Drink in Lunar New Year


Red lanterns are hung during Lunar New Year to celebrate new beginnings. Feel the glow of good luck with our new limited time cocktail, The Red Lantern.


The Red Lantern

Reyka Vodka, Solerno Liqueur, blood orange purée, lemon juice

Available for a limited time

 
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Rewards Member Gift


For centuries, giving red envelopes during Lunar New Year has been a symbol of good fortune. January 24 through February 9, we’ll be sharing this gift with our Rewards Members during dine-in visits. Each member will receive an envelope with a card inside valued at $5, $10, or $50. So be sure to sign up for Rewards before you dine in!


 

Did you already receive your special Lunar New Year Gift? Click the button below to find out what your card is worth.


 
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Give the Gift of Good Fortune™


Celebrate with a special Lunar New Year gift card


Available for a limited time in 2020.