Land of Plenty: Chinese New Year
204 E 58 St (between 2nd & 3rd Ave)
Wednesday, February 21
5:30pm optional drinks; 6:15pm dinner
$69 prix fixe includes Chinese New Year dinner, tea, tax & tip
Come celebrate Chinese New Year this week with us at an old favorite restaurant of the group. Celebrate the Year of the Dog. Are you a dog baby (1934, 1946, 1958, 1970)? Babies born this year, like dogs are loyal and honest, amiable and kind, cautious and prudent. Because of a strong sense of loyalty and sincerity, dogs will do everything for the person who they think is most important. But because dogs are not good at communication, it is difficult for them to convey their thoughts to others. Therefore, dogs tend to leave others with the impression that they have a stubborn personality. Born with a good nature, dogs do not tend to be criminals or seek dishonest gains. They just need a quiet life and a good family, and therefore forget the ugliness and evil on Earth. Dogs are always ready to help others and do not care about their own interests, but if they find themselves betrayed by cunning people they will feel shocked and hurt. Land of Plenty is Michelin Guide recommended and listed as the inspector’s favorite: “Why do they call it Land of Plenty? Perhaps it’s the abundant flavors amongst the plentiful reasons. And although the focus here is definitely the food, this fiery haven feels more elegant than the other Szechuan spots in midtown. Tucked into a sleek, subterranean space, the décor features marble floors and mosaic-tile walls. A professional service staff helps further set the tone.” We will have a huge Chinese feast with a wide range and variety of different foods. Come hungry. This was a favorite restaurant of our founder Art Fischer who noted that if the restaurant is full of Asians, this means that it has to be a great and authentic restaurant. Gong Hey Fat Choy! (That is how you say “Happy New Year!” in Chinese.)
PLEASE NOTE: Our Cancellation Policy If you cancel within 72 hours of a meal event there are no refunds. Restaurants MUST plan in advance for large events and I guarantee a headcount based on YOUR RSVP. I am held to that guarantee and often pay a deposit or the full amount in advance.
Ticketed events (tours, shows, ANY non-dinner event) are non-refundable within 7 days of the event.
Also note: ALL menus listed are subject to change due to restaurant supply.
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