5:30 PM pre-dinner drinks, 6:30 PM dinner
$89 prix fixe includes
4 courses, 2 glasses of wine
unlimited green tea, tax & tip
Gong Hey Fat Choy! (That’s “Happy New Year!” in Chinese.) Come celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with us at an old favorite restaurant of the group. If you were born in 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, or 1999, your Chinese zodiac animal is the rabbit. People born in a year of the Rabbit are called “Rabbits” and are believed to be vigilant, witty, quick-minded, and ingenious. The sign of Rabbit is a symbol of longevity, peace, and prosperity in Chinese culture, and 2023 is predicted to be a year of hope.
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.
21 people are attending Land of Plenty (Chinese New Year feast)