Celebrate Chinese New Year
January 16, 2006 @ 10:24 AM
The Lunar New Year comes on January 29, 2006 and it is the year of the Dog and year 4704 on the Chinese calendar. People who are born in the year of the Dog are loyal, dependable, honest, and trustworthy. For this year expect turbulence, revolts, and change but justice, goodness, and tranquility will rule the day.
Chinese people celebrate the New Year for fifteen days. Every day has its own designated purpose. When to visit your relatives, in-laws, co-workers and friends. We give presents and Hong Bao (red envelope containing money for good luck) to the children or unmarried young people and trade gifts with people we visit. The celebration ends on the fifteenth day with the Lantern Day. On the Lantern Day the children will have a parade of their home made lantern and finish with riddle, and pre-set chess games for prizes of candy and cookies.
For the Chinese New Year we eat dumplings (treasure in pockets), fish (abundance), prawns (liveliness and happiness), duck (prosperity), noodles (longevity) and seafood for different good wishes.
CHINESE NEW YEAR COSTUME PARTY AT GOLDEN BUDHA ON JANUARY 28, 2006 WITH A DINNER BUFFET, CHINESE SINGER, DANCERS AND ENTERTAINMENT, PRIZES, DANCING UNDER THE MOON LIGHT, AND MID-NIGHT SNACK ALL FOR $30.
Alfred Hsu, Charles Lin, and Chef Shu Ju He all from the original Szechwan House on Michigan Ave. and Szechwan East on Ohio St. are together again at this new restaurant the Golden Budha Chinese Steak House. CHICAGO SUN TIMES on Oct. 24, 2002 stated: â€œ Alfred Hsu and staff catered a magnificent buffet dinner at the Ritz-Carlton for Chinese President Jian Zeminâ€¦â€. That is who we are.
On January 28 (Saturday), 2006, Golden Budha Chinese Restaurant is celebrating Chinese New Year from 6:00 PM until New Year’s Day with a costume party. You can come as a Chinese Geisha, Susie Wong, Empress, a Kung Fu Fighter, Ninja, Fu Manchu, or a Mandarin. Get into the Chinese costume you have and never have the opportunity to wear.
At 6 PM cash bar starts. Dinner buffet will be served at 7:00 PM until 8:00 PM. They include numerous steamed dumpling items, such as Shrimp Har Kow, Beef Shiu Mei, Pork Phoenix Kow, Tofu Meat Roll, Chicken Jiao, Egg Roll, and Crab Rangoon. Some of Golden Budha’s signature dishes will be served as main dishes. Teriyaki Rib Eye Steak, Jiao Yen Black Tiger Prawn (large size shrimp in fresh chili pepper and garlic), Steamed Sole Fillet, Ginger Duck, Crab Meat Fried Rice, Sea Food Fried Noodles and more.
At eight o'clock Bai Mei, a famous Chinese singer and entertainer with her dancers and musician will present a show of songs, dances and music to dance by until the year of the Dog.
Prizes of dinner for two gift certificate valued at $50 each will be given to the top seven â€œLook like a Chineseâ€ costume party participants.
Late night snack of Golden Budha Pot Stickers and Hot and Sour Soup will be served for a safe trip home.
Tickets are available for sale at $30 each. They will be $37.50 at the door and at first come first serve basis as capacity is limited to 200.
Parking available at 180 N. Franklin Street and we will stamp your ticket for $3
Golden Budha Chinese Steak House is open seven days a week, 11:30 am to 10:00 PM. Lunch specials from $6.95 is served Monday-Friday, 11:30 am to 2:00 PM. The Steak House Menu and 100 item traditional Chinese menu is served seven days a week, 11:30 am to 10:00 PM. Carry out, delivery, and catering available at all operating hours.
If you are interested in receiving communications from us please respond to Alfredhsu@msn.com or contact us through our web sight at www.goldenbudhachicago.com.