I started this blog with one daughter, kept it up with the other, to spend time together doing something we enjoyed.
However, things change and people evolve. My daughters are older, busier, and not as interested in writing.
From now on this blog will be mostly mom with occasional contributions from my daughters and maybe even my husband.
Nothing else will change. We'll still focus on sharing fun places to go, fun things to do, and more, and we would  still love to hear your views too

Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Where-To-Go Wednesday - Authentic Chinese Food in New York City for the Chinese New Year

Today's post is brought to you courtesy of Susan of SusanSez New York City Walkabout Tours. Susan offers guided walking tours throughout New York City's five boroughs. If you want to experience and learn about New York while enjoying some of the tastes that truly represent the City, take one of Susan's tours. Says Me Says Mom was not financially compensated for ths post.
Dim Sum via FirstWeFeast.com
Dim Sum via FirstWeFeast.com
 What: Authentic Chinese Food in New York City for the Chinese New Year

Where: Various locations

Who: All ages

Susan's view:

Dragon Land Bakery-  125 Walker Street, New York, New York :
They have great pastries, cheese twists & pastries with red bean filling.

Nom Wah Tea Parlor- 13 Doyers Street, New York, New York:
The first Dim Sum parlor in NYC, serving since 1920. Definitely get the egg roll and any other plates that tingle your senses.

Jing Fong - 20 Elizabeth Street, New York, New York :
Another great Dim Sum place along Elizabeth street.

Peking Duck House- 28 Mott Street, New York, New York:
Do you like duck? Then make this your first stop, there is no need to give 24 hour notice and it is delish.

Wo Hop - 17 Mott Street, New York, New York :
Try some old time “Cantonese” dishes

Joe's Shanghai -9 Pell Street, New York, New York:
Try their “soup” dumplings – A Shanghai specialty that is delish and offers a “spurt” of yummy soup with every bite.

Ten Ren- 75 Mott Street, New York, New York
Check them out for fabulous exotic teas and you may even be able to participate in a traditional tea ceremony

Deluxe Food Market- 79 Elizabeth Street, New York, New York
If you’re in a hurry stop here for prepared foods to go such as noodles of all kinds, seafood, veggies & more.

For more information about SusanSez New York City Walkabouts or to sign up for one of her tours go to http://susansez.com/. We will be sharing further information from Susan as well as a review of one of her tours in future Where-To-Go Wednesday posts.

Tune in tomorrow for another Talking Topic.

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