How to Celebrate the Lunar New Year

The Year of the Tiger is upon us. But with omicron running rampant, Chinatown–International District Business Improvement Area has decided to postpone its annual festivities in the neighborhood until April. You can still celebrate the first new moon on the lunisolar calendar February 1 with a few in-person (and virtual) events—and a bevy of takeout options too.

In Person

Jan 17
The Bellevue Collection: Celebrate Lunar New Year
The shopping center kicks things off with cultural information booths popping up in various spots and a virtual showcase, including a lion dance. The Bellevue Collection, free

Jan 28 & 29
Lucky Envelope Brewing
The brewery, whose name stems from the tradition of

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