What’s the best way to experience Los Angeles? Bite by bite. Chinatown’s first ever Dim Sum Crawl and craft beer tasting offers Angelinos a chance to sample the best Chinatown has to offer on Thursday April 18th from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
One $60 ticket includes authentic fare from four restaurants, a sampling from four different breweries, and a souvenir beer glass. The crawl will feature beer organized by the Eagle Rock Brewery and savory samples from iconic Chinatown eateries. The Empress Pavilion, Hop Woo, Mandarin Chateau, and Plum Tree Inn will offer small plates, appetizers, and exotic treats.
Although, the menu will not be unveiled until the day of, the food and drink are sure to please. These eateries featured have all garnered acclaim as gems of Chinatown.
Nicknamed “the Dame of Chinatown,” the Empress Pavilion is known for their expert blend of traditional and contemporary Chinese cuisine.
Hop Woo features Hong Kong style barbecue and an extensive seafood menu. They offer traditional fare in addition to updated choices.
Chinatown’s Plum Tree Inn serves Szechuan-Mandarin cuisine in relaxed atmosphere.
Mandarin Chateau, located on the edge of Chinatown, garners rave reviews for its cooking as well as its welcoming atmosphere.
Although dim sum is traditionally served with tea, the Dim sum Crawl will feature beer coordinated by Eagle Rock Brewery. This artisanal microbrewery has been quenching Los Angeles’s thirst for 60 years.
Chinatown’s first ever Dim Sum Crawl promises an array of tasty traditional treats and locally crafted beers. Not only is this the perfect way to savor dim sum and other small bites but it also provides a chance to peruse the streets of Chinatown’s historic district.
Purchase a ticket online to join in the foodie fun. Tickets purchased before midnight on April 14th are $50, regular priced tickets are $60 (https://Chinatownla.ticketbud.com/dimsumcrawl).