Spring Festival Feast: Chinese New Year is a time of plenty, and what’s more plentiful than roast suckling pig, braised abalone in oyster sauce, and pan-fried sirloin beef with black pepper sauce for three nights straight at Wei Jing Ge! This bountiful New Year’s bash runs from Feb 9-11. Call (0)21-6322-9988 for more info. 988RMB (+15% service charge) per person // Wei Jing Ge // Waldorf Astoria, Heritage Building, 5/F, 2 Zhong Shan Dong Yi Lu, near Guangdong Lu
Chinese New Year’s buffet brunch and dinner: Jazz up your Year of the Snake dining experience with a buffet brunch and dinner at Ambrosia Japanese & Yakiniku Restaurant on February 9th. The festive spread features both traditional Chinese Dim Sum, and sashimi and Western desserts. Free-flow juice, soft drinks, coffee and tea, sake and Paulaner Lager included. Call (0)21-6431-3935 to reserve. 488RMB (+10% service charge) // 11am-3pm brunch, 5:30pm-10:30pm dinner // Ambrosia // 150 Fenyang Lu, near Yueyang Lu (汾阳路150号, 近岳阳路).
Bubba’s Super Bowl party: Calling Baltimore Ravens fans, San Francisco 49ers fans, and those who’ll inevitably arrive by accident expecting to see that other kind of football – Bubba’s is hosting its annual superbowl viewing party on February 3! So head on down to any location to see the Baltimore Ravens face off against the San Francisco 49ers for the National Football Title. Doors open at 6:30am, happy hour runs all day, snacks entail 25RMB breakfast tacos, and there’s a chance to win cash prizes. Kickoff is pending. Free // 6:30am // Bubba’s BBQ // Addresses of all three locations here.
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Benjamin Cost is Shanghaiist’s Food Editor. Email tips, recommendations, and news updates on Shanghai’s dining scene to [email protected].