How to Celebrate the Lunar New Year!

How to Celebrate the Lunar New Year!

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The Chinese Lunar New Year is always a beautiful and fun NYC experience. Heres how to celebrate this awesome day!

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    On Jan 31st, come to New Year Brunch at the Kickshaw! Its a Chinese/Jewish cuisine--think Ramen noodle kugel. We cant wait! Suggested by @weheartastoria!
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    Amazing place for the evening--great soup dumplings and wontons. Come for the food, stay for the 70s karaoke feel.
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    Phew, all of those activities made us hungry! Head on over to Royal Seafood for some of the best dumplings NYC has to offer. The earlier you get there, the fresher the dumplings.
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    February 4th marks the Met's day long Lunar New Year festival. Performances, art, and fun workshops are in store for you and your kids alike. Festivities start at 11am!
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    MOCA is doing some fun things for the New Year! Bring your kids on Jan 25 from 1-3 and make decorations for the museum to put up during the festivities. Dont worry-- you can take some home too.
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    January 28th is the day to bring your kiddos to this museum! There'll be theater and art by Chinese Theatre Works. Get to playing!
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    This Korean BBQ place is the perfect place to circle back to after the Queens Lunar New Year parade. The parade starts outside of this restaurant at 11am. Queens really goes all out for this beautiful parade.
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    The China Institute holds one of the most mesmerizing events of the Lunar New Year celebration--the Lion Dance. If you go to any Lunar New Year event this year--go to this one. Its fun and beautiful! Get there by 10:30 to see the show!
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    Stop for the famous $3 pork over rice at this eaterie before seeing the firecrackers in the park on January 31st from 11am-3pm. Expect to see some famous New Yorkers!
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    The Lunar New Year parade starts right in front of this seafood market on Feb 2nd at 1PM. Check out their wares while waiting for the parade to kick off.
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