This coming Tuesday October 28th is big day for beautiful Westchester, Tropical Chinese turns 30 years old.
So there’s gotta be a celebration right? Absolutely, here’s the info from the press release:
On October 28th, 2014, Tropical Chinese will celebrate its 30th Anniversary by treating *guests to a memorable evening featuring complimentary light bites, dim sum demonstrations, art, music and dancing. The evening will also feature handcrafted byejoe cocktails, served from the restaurant’s brand new, ultra-modern, 20 foot bar along, with the unveiling of an original wall mural by local artist, Steve Saiz.
Tropical Chinese opened in November of 1984 and is renowned by locals as well as world travelers. They serve authentic, Hong Kong-style, push cart dim sum that is always hand crafted in their kitchen. The mouth-watering, authentic cuisine served at Tropical Chinese has been featured by everyone from Food Network to Ocean Drive. byejoe is an ultra-premium baijiu brand that is hand-crafted in the East from the finest red sorghum and skillfully refined and filtered in the West using patented filtration technology. (Baijiu, the national spirit of China, is the most consumed spirit category in the world.)
You can catch me that night seated near the new bar wearing sunglasses, sipping a byejoe cocktail, sneaking some bites from the Peking Duck station and enjoying the festivities. You know why? Cause that’s how we celebrate in Westchester.
See you there.
*To attend, guests must RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Watch Tropical Chinese on Check Please with Michelle Bernstein:
30 Years Young Celebration:
7991 SW 40th Street, Miami, FL 33155
When: October 28th, 2014
Time: 7pm to 11pm