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Food Events for Sat., Jan. 21
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    Lunar New Year: Old Thousand

    Old Thousand is celebrating the Year of the Rabbit's beginning with a weekend full of limited-time dishes as delicious as you know their Dope Chinese style can be. Sat., Jan. 21: Old Thousand’s Burnet location (4805 Burnet Rd.) will have specials including moo shu pork, crispy skin-on pork belly steamed bao, pork steamed buns, orange creamsicle sorbet, and red bean ice cream running all day long, with a Dragon Dance performance at 5pm. Sun., Jan. 22: The Eastside location (1000 E. 11th) will feature specials of dumplings and plant-based rabbit food, noodles and claypot rice, salt & pepper shrimp, whole fish, and ribeye – with a Dragon Dance performance at 7pm.
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    Lunar New Year: Sprinkles x Gold House

    Sprinkles bakery and the nonprofit Asian and Pacific Islander collective Gold House have teamed up to release a Gold Bunny Almond Red Velvet Cupcake that features an almond-filled red velvet cake with an almond cookie crust, topped with almond cream cheese frosting. Note: You can get these just by themselves, or they can be part of a Lunar New Year Red Box (with, you know, those red envelopes inside).
    Through Jan. 29  
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    Lunar New Year: The Peached Tortilla

    Chefs Eric Silverstein and Julio Silva have collaborated to create a special menu of new dishes and cocktails to supercharge your celebratory pleasure, a small array of culinary treasures that'll be available only during dinner and only this weekend – including tamarind pork spareribs, salt & pepper crispy squid, soy sauce chicken, char sui, and more. And the drinks? How about that Sage from the East, which is sage-infused bourbon, blended scotch, sweet vermouth, and benedictine? Hell yes, we say, while also looking forward to trying the Divine Wind and Lion's Dance concoctions.
    Fri.-Sun., Jan. 20-22
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