chinese new yearFebruary 14, 2010 marks The Year of The Tiger and Hakkasan at Fontainebleau Miami Beach celebrates with eight days of menu specials and a limited edition menu of six specialty dishes beginning February 11th through February 18th to celebrate the New Year

On February 14, there will be a night of entertainment and auspicious traditions such as the colorful  lion dance performed by local Kung Fu experts, in the traditional style with jumps and quick, acrobatic maneuvers accompanied by drum, gong and cymbal players.  Guests will receive red envelopes at the end of the night for a bit of added luck and filled with enticing offers to return. Reservations are recommended:   1.877.326.7412.

Hakkasan is open for dinner daily from 6:00pm onward and offers traditional Dim Sum on the weekends from 12:00pm – 3:00pm. For more information visit .


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