So far, I have only received one notice of a special Chinese New Year celebration dinner: Five Sixy by Wolfgang Puck is doing a prix fixe menu for $125 per person. Wolfie will be in town for the dinner on February 1. All the details are below.
Anybody else out there have info an specific celebrations taking place?
Five Sixty by Wolfgang Puck will ring in the Year of the Dragon with a prix fixe menu showcasing Asian-inspired dishes representing the five Chinese elements: Metal, Water, Wood, Fire and Earth.
Join Chef Wolfgang Puck and Five Sixty Executive Chef Patton Robertson for a tempting, creative five-course menu, inclusive of a chef’s amuse, a pastry prelude, and a decadent dessert. Dishes such as the Wok-Fired Dumplings with XO Chili Sauce, Roasted Loup de Mer, Apple Wood Smoked Peking Duck and Szechuan Pepper Crusted Filet are each designed to evoke themes of the Chinese New Year like good fortune and power, and will ensure that all visitors start the Year of the Dragon off right.
The Chinese New Year menu will be available alongside the a la carte menu from January 23rd through February 3rd, with a special appearance by Chef Wolfgang Puck on the evening of February 1st. The celebratory menu is priced at $125 per guest, or offered with an optional wine pairing for $175. (Tax and gratuity is not included.)
Chinese New Year Menu
January 23rd–February 3rd, 2012
Wolfgang Puck Appearance
February 1st, 2012