Jan. 2 – Feb. 9
Feb. 10 - Feb. 24
Happy Chinese New Year!Ring in the Year of the Snake
at Doc Chey's 8th annual Celebration
Dine to Win an iPad Mini
Jan. 2 – Feb. 9
We’re celebrating the Countdown to Chinese New Year by giving away an iPad Mini at each location! Dine-in to get a free raffle ticket. 1 per table.
Pour a Cup of Good Karma
Feb. 10 – Feb. 24
Nourish your body with a steamy pot of Organic Fair Trade Rishi Tea & we’ll nourish the community by donating $1 to the Atlanta Community Food Bank! Check out Doc’s Tea Bar Menu. Featured during the 15 days of Chinese New Year.
Chinese New Year Parties
The first 333 dine-in guests at each location get a lucky fortune cookie with a prize hidden inside. Every cookie is a winner! Win free food, gift cards, T-shirts & more. Rishi Tea specials.
About Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year is the most important of Chinese holidays, and is the celebration of the Chinese lunar calendar year. Each year is associated with one of twelve zodiac animals. 2013 is the Year of the Snake. The holiday is rich in superstitions and symbolism. The color red is often worn and believed to ward off evil spirits. Families gather for traditional meals, parades and on the last day of the 15 day celebration, a Lantern Festival. "Gung Hay Fat Choy!" - Cantonese for "May Prosperity Be With You in the New Year".
Are You a Snake?
Birth Years: 1917, 1929, 1941, 1953, 1965, 1977, 1989, 2001
Rich is wisdom and charm, you are romantic and deep-thinking and your intuition guides you strongly. Avoid procrastination and your stingy attitude towards money. Keep your sense of humor about life.
Ideal Career: teacher, philosopher, writer, psychiatrist or fortune teller Most compatible with: Ox, Rooster
Famous Snakes: Oprah Winfrey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Audrey Hepburn, Jacqueline Kennedy, Liv Tyler, Grace Kelly, Linda McCartney
Not a Snake? Click here to learn about your Chinese zodiac.
Host Your Own Chinese New Year Party
Bring Chinese New Year into your own home by throwing a Year of the Snake celebration for your friends. Decorate with paper lanterns, serve ice cold Chinese beer or tea, and of course, provide a spread of lucky Chinese New Year foods from Doc Chey's. For more info on catering, visit here.