Lunar New Year is upon us, with the city offering plenty of ways to properly ring in the Year of the Rabbit. The start of the year is marked by the first new moon, which falls on January 22, and concludes two weeks later on February 5 when the full moon appears. Festivities are vibrant and lively, often commemorated by spirited lion and dragon dances, fireworks, gift-giving, and epic feasting. In Houston, Asiatown has long served as a popular destination to gather, but restaurants, malls, and museums are putting their own thoughtful twists on the occasion.
Whether you’re looking for a spirited family-friendly event or an exclusive multi-course dinner with performances by one of Houston’s top dance troops, here are 9 exciting ways to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit.Read More