Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Baohaus 3rd Annual Chinese New Years Dinner

A few months into opening Baohaus on Rivington, we hosted our first Chinese New Years dinner. We invited friends and family from the neighborhood for a cramped but fun night. Eddie messed around and somehow managed to bang out 5 or 6 courses from that easy bake kitchen of ours. The food wasn't ground breaking but we popped mad bottles of Maotai Bai Jiu and the energy and love was beyond dope. First time customers from that dinner are today some of our best friends. Check out pics and our post about the dinner here. It was a special night that we won't ever forget and ever since we've marked Chinese New Years on our calendars as one of our most anticipated days of the year.

Last year we held the dinner at No. 7 in Fort Greene,BK with our boy Tyler Kord Click here for Sam Sifton's NYT Review of last year's dinner.

This year, it's the year of the Dragon and we are celebrating in grand fashion with one of our biggest dinners yet. On Tuesday, January 24th, we will be hosting our 3rd Annual Chinese New Years dinner at LTO (171 East Broadway, formerly B.East). The menu features brand new dishes that Eddie has been working on in anticipation for this dinner. Don't miss it!

Seating is limited so RESERVE NOW.
To secure seats for you and your guests, email us at reservations@baohausnyc.com with your name, phone #, guest count, and a credit card to secure the reservation.

Seatings are available between 7:00pm to 9:30pm but spots are filling up fast.

Happy New Years! Gong Xi Fa Cai, Xing Nian Kuai Le!
Hope to see you there!



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  2. 恭嘻发财!Wishing you and your family happy new year too. Wish we could travel to NYC just for this dinner.

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