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The Year of the Tiger

chinese-year-of-the-tiger-2010-thumb7885615.jpgAlthough we can't seem to get Survivor's 1982 hit Eye of the Tiger out of our heads every time we think of it, the Chinese New Year will not go unnoticed in Miami thanks to two places in particular. From February 11 to the 18th, Hakkasan will offer, in addition to their standard menu, a limited edition menu of six specialty dishes: king prawn in supreme stock; pan-fried flounder with XO Soya Sauce; braised abalone with preserved oyster; stewing pork shank; claypot rice with dried sausage and duck liver; and four treasure consommé with cashew nut puff. On February 14, the Fontainebleau, where it's often the Year of the Cougar, will also feature all sorts of Chinese New Year festivities. And at the Mandarin Oriental on February 22 from 7pm to 10pm, a big party featuring lion dance performances and a menu including Peking duck, a pad Thai wok station and assortment of dim sum. Fortune telling readings, too. Tix are $65 per person plus tax and gratuity. Call 305-913-8358 for more information.

Hakkasan

4441 Collins Avenue, , FL 33140 (877) 326-7412 Visit Website

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