Don’t miss the fun at our 17th annual Chinese New Year celebration! Join Doc Chey’s or Dragon Bowl and receive a special fortune cookie with a prize inside. Each location is giving away a $300-value Atlanta United prize pack including a pair of tickets and swag, TONS of Peace Love Noodles T-shirts and other goodies.
Don’t wait to crack open your cookie; due to limited storage space, physical prizes like shirts must be collected same-day. Supplies are limited, so be sure to dine-in, take out (excludes delivery), or order ahead at doccheys.com or dragonbowlatl.com for quick and easy pickup.
About Chinese New Year
Chinese New Year, also known as Lunar New Year or the Spring Festival, is the celebration of the lunar calendar. Each year represents a zodiac animal. 2023 is the Year of the Rabbit. Chinese New Year is a time for loved ones to come together with food and good company. To ensure good luck in the new year, people wear the lucky color red, and eat plenty of symbolic foods such as noodles for longevity; chicken for prosperity; shrimp for happiness; and dumplings, spring rolls and lettuce for wealth. This year, we are celebrating the Year of the Rabbit, which is believed to be a year of good fortune, luck, and prosperity.
People born in the Year of the Rabbit (1927, 1939, 1951, 1963, 1975, 1987, 1999, 2011, 2023) are known for their kindness, compassion, and ability to handle stress well. Some careers that may be well-suited for rabbits include therapists, social workers, librarians, writers, artists, and diplomats. They are compatible with those born in the years of the sheep, pig, and dog. Some celebrities who were born in the Year of the Rabbit include Christina Aguilera, Albert Einstein, and Mahatma Gandhi. According to the Chinese horoscope, this year will be a good year for rabbits to focus on their personal growth and relationships.
Gung hay fat choy! -May prosperity be with you in the new year!