Kick Off Chinese New Year With a Feast at Baology
Get your tickets now for their celebratory dinner on February 16th and 17th.
Ever since they opened last summer, the folks at Baology have been one of our favorite go-to spots for affordable (a meal will run you around $10), high-quality (we love us some pastured meats and hand-wrapped dumplings), and delicious (if you’ve been there, then you know) Taiwanese street food.
Since then, they’ve added dinner service and branched out into killer noodle and wonton soups that have helped us make it through this extra-harsh winter. And now, they’re throwing a family-style feast to celebrate Chinese New Year.
On Friday, February 16th and Saturday, February 17th, Baology will serve a prix fixe family-style menu. In addition to traditional extra-lengthy noodles and greens for longevity, decadent lobster spring rolls, and a whole steamed fish, they’ll close out the meal with a dessert of tong yuan, glutinous rice flour dumplings in a sweet soup, stuffed with black sesame.
There are seatings at 7 and 7:30 p.m. on Friday and 6 and 6:30 p.m. on Saturday to choose from. Tickets are $66 per person (hospitality included, tax not included) and available in sets of two, four, or six.
Since Baology is BYO, you can bring along a bottle — and they’ll provide two mixers, one pomegranate and one ginger, for you to whip up some cocktails at your table.
Check out the full menu below (no substitutions are available for the evening), and send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to get your tickets.
Baology’s Lunar New Year Menu
Berkshire pork and shrimp potstickers
Lobster spring rolls
Longevity noodles with shrimp, baby bok choy, shiitake mushrooms
Whole steamed fish
Hainanese chicken rice
Black sesame tong yuan for dessert