Monthly Archives: January 2017

    Celebrate Chinese New Year 2017 in Scottsdale

    The Chinese New Year is upon us and it’s the year of the Rooster! The Rooster is the tenth in the 12-year cycle of Chinese zodiac sign. It has been believed that for ancestors who had no alarm clocks, it could awaken people to get up and start to work. The Rooster represents fidelity and punctuality.


    No one does New Year quite like China. Bold, eye-catching colors, high-spirited and dynamic celebrations, mouthwatering feasts of delicacies fit for royalty – it’s no wonder the rest of the world can’t help but watch in wonder. Here in the U.S., there are many parades and celebrations to get into the spirit of the Chinese New Year but only if you are spending the CNY in a city like LA or New York. What about the rest of us in the Valley? Ling & Louie’s has got your back! If you are in Scottsdale, you’ll definitely want to try out their limited time Lucky Libations and Feast of Fortune menus!


    Limited Time Chinese New Year Menu

    If you’re on the hunt for the perfect Chinese New Year menu to celebrate, you’re in luck. January 26th through February 9th, Ling & Louie’s in Scottsdale, Chandler and Boise* are featuring the Feast of Fortune and Lucky Libations menus which showcase traditional dishes with an original Ling & Louie’s take.


    Among some of the delicious menu items to look forward to in the Feast of Fortune menu are their Dan Dan Noodles, Crispy Asian Sea Bass, Wonton Soup and Steamed Dumplings, all using traditional ingredients symbolic of health, wealth and prosperity in the New Year.


    Ling & Louie’s has also put together a specialty cocktail menu crafted by their own in-house mixologist. Each of the concoctions is an ode to one of the lucky ingredients thought to bring friendship, prosperity, wealth and togetherness in the New Year. Among some of the fruity cocktails featured for a limited time only are the Ginger-Peach Mule, Prosperous Pomelo, Kung Fu Cosmo and Louie’s Rum Diary—a pretty festive bunch if you ask us!


    To view the full menus, visit


    Chinese New Year Cocktail Dinner at Ling & Louie’s Scottsdale

    In a final hoorah before the Chinese New Year celebrations come to an end, Ling & Louie’s is hosting a Jackson Family Wines pairing dinner featuring select items from their limited time Feast of Fortune menu on January 28th at their Scottsdale location. Guests will be treated to a four-course, family style meal with each course being paired with an acclaimed wine from Jackson Family Wines.  $55/person++  Space for this special event is limited. Please call 480-767-5464 to make your reservations today! To view this menu, visit

    *Feast of Fortune and Lucky Libations menus available at Scottsdale, Chandler and Boise      locations. Chinese New Year Cocktail Dinner only available at Scottsdale location.

    Chinese New Year 2017 Special Menu

    The Chinese New Year is the biggest holiday throughout Asia, celebrated at the turn of the Lunar New Year. 2017 is the Year of the Rooster. We at Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill are celebrating by offering a special Feast of Fortune and Lucky Libations that are filled with symbolic flavors of the New Year. We hope that you indulge yourself and enjoy one of these unique creations and we wish you great fortune in the New Year!

    Served from 1/26/17 – 2/9/17.

    Available at participating locations. Prices vary by location.

    Chinese New Year Pairing Dinner with Jackson Family Wines

    Event on Saturday, January 28, 2017 at 6:30

    Join Ling & Louie’s Asian Bar and Grill and Jackson Family Wines as we host a Chinese New Year wine pairing dinner!

    Space for this special event is limited. Please call 480-767-5464 to make your reservations today!


    Dumplings are said to bring wealth and prosperity to the New Year

    Dumpling Sampler
    Steamed Pork and Shrimp Dumpling with spicy peanut sauce Crispy Pork and Shrimp Dumpling with green curry-coconut sauce Hand-Wrapped Potstickers with siew mai dipping sauce

    Matanzas Creek Sauvignon Blanc, Sonoma County

    Long, uncut noodles represent a wish for longevity in life

    Dan Dan Noodles

    Ground chicken, fresh carrots, bean sprouts and cucumber, udon noodles

    Hartford Court Chardonnay, Russian River Valley

    The Chinese word for fish, ‘yu,’ sounds like ‘riches’ or ‘abundance.’ Whole fish is traditionally served for the New Year. Char Siu Pork is one of Ling’s favorite childhood dishes that she prepares every year for the celebration.

    Family Style Surf & Turf
    Crispy Whole Fish served with Szechwan-style vegetables and traditional dipping sauces Char Siu Pork Tenderloin served with wok’d asparagus and wasabi mashed potatoes

    Siduri Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley

    Atalon Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa Valley

    Peaches are a sign of long life and prosperity

    Five Spice Crème Brulee
    Topped with caramelized peaches

    Kendall Jackson ‘Grand Reserve’ Late Harvest Chardonnay, Monterey



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