Sweet Auburn Barbecue 2nd Annual Chinese New Year Party

Filed in Events by on February 6, 2016

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Sweet Auburn Barbecue is welcoming The Year of the Monkey and celebrating its anniversary with the second annual Chinese New Year party on Tuesday, February 9, 2016. Honoring Sweet Auburn’s signature Asian-inspired barbecue as well as owner Howard Hsu’s Malaysian-Chinese heritage, the celebration will boast a festive menu, lion dancers and a featured beer, crafted by Monday Night Brewing just for the event.

The evening’s menu will feature a pupu platter of Chinese-barbecue fusion dishes such as steamed buns, brisket fried rice, barbecue pork and macaroni egg rolls, Mandarin ribs and Chinese doughnuts will join executive chef Joey Stallings’ nightly menu as specials exclusive to the event.

Sweet Auburn is again partnering with local favorite Monday Night Brewing to offer “lion dancer,” a crisp, drinkable IPA made festive with the addition of crystalized ginger that will be available for $5 a pint. The Monday Night team will also be on-site throughout the event, talking all things beer and handing out swag.

In keeping with the ancient Chinese tradition, lion dancers from the local nonprofit dance group Wing Sing Association will perform throughout the restaurant beginning at 8:30 p.m.

The celebration will begin at 6 p.m. and last throughout the remainder of service. Guests hoping to enjoy the lion dancers are encouraged to arrive early. For more information, please call Sweet Auburn Barbecue at 678.515.3550.

Sweet Auburn Barbecue is renowned for offering traditional southern BBQ favorites with Asian inspiration and flair created by owner Howard Hsu, known for infusing his Malaysian-Chinese heritage into Southern fare. The brand’s stand-alone restaurant is located at 656 North Highland Avenue NE in Atlanta’s Poncey Highland neighborhood.

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