On the roster: dumpling parties and ramen dinners, Asian-inflected cocktails, Chinese-Jamaican fusion, a night of Filipino cooking, and more. But the biggest event is the Grand Feast, a tasting from 20 chefs featuring dishes from all over Asia. This year's participants include Sakamai, Morimoto, Perry Street, and Public, just to name a few.
Tickets ($150 general admission, $250 VIP) are expected to sell out, but we're giving away two right here. To enter, tell us about your favorite Asian restaurant in New York in the comments below. We'll select a winner at random on Friday, March 29th at 5 p.m. The standard Serious Eats contest rules apply.
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