The best restaurant for Chinese New Year in Baltimore is Zhongshan on Park Avenue.

Chinese New Year Baltimore

This year, Chinese New Year falls on Friday, February 16th. And If you’re looking for a holiday feast, Zhongshan has put together one super menu.

2018 Chinese New Year Dinner

• Assorted Cold Dishes Platter
• Seafood Soup with Tofu
• Fried Snow Crab Claw Wrapped in
Shrimp Paste
• Sautee Seafood with Snow Pea
• Chinese Fried Chicken
• Twin Lobsters with Onion and Scallion
• Baby Bok Choy with Shitake Mushroom
• Walnut Shrimp
• Fish Fillet with Corn
• House Special Fried Rice
• Chinese Cookies
• Seasonal Fresh Fruits

Dinner serves 8 to 10 people and costs $330. + 18% gratuity.

Zhongshan Restaurant | (410) 223-1881
323 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201

By Stephen Brockelman

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  1. Enjoying your blog. Would it be possible to join a group for Chinese New Year’s dinner at Zhongshan? I live nearby. pdholm@gmail,.com

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