Alhambra and Monterey Park Restaurant Welcomes Chinese New Year with Special Dance and Menu

Monterey Park, California (February 24, 2014) – Empress Harbor Seafood Restaurant welcomed the Chinese New Year 2014 (Year of the Horse) by treating their guests to a performance of a lion dance. The popular Monterey Park and Alhambra restaurant then continued to impress patrons with exceptional servings of authentic Southern Chinese food from a special menu.

Alhambra and Monterey Park Restaurant Welcomes Chinese New Year with Special Dance and MenuThe performance was led by four dancers, who were accompanied by a small band playing the drums and cymbals. They only enhanced the festive mood at the venue, already graced by diners enjoying special dishes.

Empress Harbor stands out among restaurants in Alhambra and Monterey Park for their establishment’s grandiosity and authentic Southern Chinese cuisine. Their menu carries everything from humble fresh seafood and soups, to Mandarin Szechwan dishes, to sizzling platters. Empress Harbor is also a traditional dim sum style restaurant, complete with ladies pushing carts.

Designed by a famous Hong Kong designer, their place at Monterey Park is perfect for customers keen on classy and lavish interior designs. Crystal chandeliers adorn the main lobby, completing the traditional-contemporary aesthetics of the restaurant.

The place is also spacious, able to accommodate up to 500 people for wedding banquets, birthday or company parties. It also has stylish VIP rooms for those who wish for privacy. Reservations may be made through phone or online. Visit www.EmpressHarbor.net to complete the reservation forms and view further information.

About Empress Harbor Seafood Restaurant

Empress Harbor serves authentic Southern Chinese food to residents of the Alhambra and Monterey Park area. They currently offer daily, lunch, and dinner specials. All members of their staff are trained to attend to every patron’s need, whether they come to the restaurant to enjoy its exquisite ambiance or opt for the occasional take-out.