In honor of the Lunar New Year, these Valley dining destinations are serving up special celebratory menus to usher in the Year of the Tiger by savoring symbols of luck and good health.
Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill hosts a special Lunar New Year Celebration Menu, with dumplings and spring rolls (symbols of wealth), noodles (symbol of longevity) and much more, from Jan. 31 to Feb. 16. Ling & Louie’s customers can choose to take part in the Cheers to You menu for two for $60 or the Tiger’s Feast meal for four for $105. On Feb. 5, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., guests can enjoy a performance from lion and dragon dancers. There are locations in Chandler and Scottsdale.
Ling’s Wok Shop in Scottsdale will be serving Good Fortune Noodz (pictured) for $21, with wok-seared sea bass served over egg noodles, green onions, mushrooms, carrots and water chestnuts in a traditional stir-fry sauce. Fish and noodles are traditional foods served during the Lunar New Year that bring good fortune and wealth. Lion and dragon dancers will be performing at Ling’s Wok Shop on Friday, Feb. 4, at 6:30 and 8:30 p.m.
On Feb. 4 and Feb. 5, Fort McDowell-based We-Ko-Pa Casino Resort celebrates with Lunar New Year dining stations. Dragon Wok and Noodle and Las Tapas Mexican host all-you-can-eat fare, alongside Lunar New Year’s specials of garlic herb-crusted prime ribs and snow crab legs (one serving each, per person). Other specials include Longevity Noodles, Treasure Chicken Noodles and more. $59 per person.