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Chinatown Restaurant Week® Wants NYC to #SpringforChinatown March 14 till 30

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NEW YORK, March 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- #SpringforChinatown signals an early Spring with the 3rd Annual Chinatown Restaurant Week March 14 to 30. Participating restaurants listed below will offer unique and diverse menu options with various prices befitting each particular venue.

This year's lead sponsor, Häagen-Dazs Chinatown (52 Mott St, (212) 571-1970), will offer its two-flavor Birthday Fun Cake (serves 6 to 8) for 20% off its regular retail price of $32.99, which is available only at this Mott Street location.

"Cooped up indoors too long?" asked creator and volunteer producer Julie Huang.  "Chinatown Restaurant Week establishments want you to step out and head towards downtown Manhattan to #SpringforChinatown by dining at one of the participating restaurants with your date, your families, fellow moms and dads, your co-workers, alumni associations or employee affinity groups.  There is no better time to take your social life back from Winter when you spring for a meal in Chinatown and find your new favorite spot before the trends."

She added, "Special thanks to Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez, Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer, Councilmember Margaret Chin, and NYS Assemblyman Ron Kim for joining us at the press briefing on Friday, March 7th.  Also special thanks to the representatives and/or greetings from the offices of Governor Andrew Cuomo, NYS Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, NYS Senator Daniel Squadron, NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer. Thank you Häagen-Dazs Chinatown for the celebratory cake."

Twitter Photo Contest
Tweet a photo of your Chinatown Restaurant Week visit and mention @ChinatownRW or tag it #SpringforChinatown for a chance to win a replica diamond keychain ring. All entries/twitter handles will be entered into a raffle drawing. Winners will be announced on Twitter on Sundays, March 23 and 30.

2014 Participating Businesses

Each participating restaurant reserves the right to adjust its menu and/or deal as each restaurant sees fit. Some restaurants will highlight key items from their menus while others will offer fixed pricing on meals per person or meal packages. Check back on the www.chinatownrestaurantweek.com regularly for updates.  The organizers of Chinatown Restaurant Week are not responsible for typographical errors or changes made by restaurants. Any pricing mentioned below excludes tax and gratuity and may not be the pricing for group parties.





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About 2014 Chinatown Restaurant Week

NYC Chinatown Restaurant Week® is an independent community-based celebration of diverse cuisines found in the downtown Manhattan Chinatown community with the support of over 30 local community groups.  It was created by local resident and public relations veteran Julie Huang who serves as its volunteer producer. Special thanks to our 2014 lead sponsor Häagen-Dazs Chinatown as well as our thanks to the contributions and support provided by George Lou from GLV Productions, the families of Julie Huang and Wallace Chin, Anne and Michael
Huang, Brett and Ella Leitner.  NYC Chinatown Restaurant Week® is a registered trademark of and licensed from Kaimen Company. Visit us at www.ChinatownRestaurantWeek.com. Follow us on Twitter @ChinatownRW and like us on Facebook at ChinatownRestaurantWeek.

Contact:  Julie Huang, (917) 807-0718 [email protected] 

SOURCE Chinatown Restaurant Week C/O Kaimen Company

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