Celebrate Chinese New Year At These Washington, D.C. Chinese Restaurants on Jan. 22
Here in the United States, we might be suffering from the post-New Year blues already, but the Chinese New Year hasn’t even arrived yet. We can all celebrate it on January 22, when the Year of the Rabbit arrives and hopefully brings 365 days of luck.
This Chinese New Year, which is the most important festival in China and is known as a time to feast, you can celebrate right here in Washington, D.C. by heading to one of our city’s many amazing, authentic Chinese eateries. Here are a few to check out near your Wray apartment.
Tiger Fork, located at 922 N St. NW, Blagden Alley NW, Washington, D.C. which is 14 minutes from your Wray apartment, is a Chinese bistro for contemporary takes on Hong Kong dishes, matched by herb-infused cocktails.
Culinary Director Nathan Beauchamp and Executive Chef Jong Son feature a playful menu of modern takes on Hong Kong street food, traditional dim sum and classic Chinese dishes with a global influence. Like many of the team’s favorite restaurants in Hong Kong, Tiger Fork emphasizes family-style plates and the communal dining experience.
Banana Leaves Asian Restaurant, located at 2020 Florida Ave NW, Washington, D.C. which is 10 minutes from your Wray apartment, is a casual spot serving dishes from Thailand, Vietnam, China, Malaysia and Indonesia, as well as sushi.
At Banana Leaves, all ingredients are carefully selected and prepared to the best by their chef. They use organic, fresh vegetables cooked in healthy styles to serve meals that are both delicious and healthy. They also offer a full selection of cocktails, vodkas, whiskies, wine, beer, Asian drinks as well as non-alcoholic beverages.
922 N St. NW, Blagden Alley NW, Washington, D.C. 20001
Banana Leaves Asian Restaurant
2020 Florida Ave NW, Washington, D.C. 20009
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