advertising content

advertising content

If you think “District 6” is an odd name for a Vietnamese restaurant, think again. This moniker honors the heritage of its owners, Hanh Duong and Vinh Thai, whose parents hail originally from the District 6 neighborhood in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, formerly known as Saigon. Ho Chi Minh City’s District 6 is part of the city’s Chinatown, loaded with Thai, Chinese and Vietnamese restaurants and bars as well as a huge flower market, Buddhist pagodas and craft stores offering iconic conical nón lá bamboo palm leaf hats.
— Robin Garr, writing in LEO Weekly in 2019, when District 6 first opened for business

In 2022, Lunar New Year falls on February 1. Britannica explains.

Lunar New Year, Chinese Chunjie, Vietnamese Tet, Korean Solnal, Tibetan Losar, also called Spring Festival, festival typically celebrated in China and other Asian countries that begins with the first new moon of the lunar calendar and ends on the first full moon of the lunar calendar, 15 days later. The lunar calendar is based on the cycles of the moon, so the dates of the holiday vary slightly from year to year, beginning some time between January 21 and February 20 according to Western calendars.

District 6 (3930 Shelbyville Road) is celebrating Lunar New Year on Friday and Saturday, January 28 and 29, with an 8-item Good Fortune Tray for Two with wine. See below for the text.

Welcome the Lunar New Year with a Good Fortune Tray featuring 8 (symbolic of good fortune) delicious items to ring in the Year of the Tiger with good health, happiness, and prosperity. The Good Fortune Tray for 2 will include spring rolls, dumplings, salad, lettuce wraps, sweet sticky rice w/ toasted sesame seeds, stir-fried noodles, rice, and choice of chicken, fish, or ribs. *vegetarian tray available upon request. Includes 1 bottle of wine. Dates: Fri 1/28 and Sat 1/29 from 5P to 9P. Stay tuned for more details and pictures! Email us at eatdistrict6(at)gmail(dot)com to pre-order $120/couple & reserve.

 

advertising content

advertising content