Lunar New year is just around the corner here in Seattle. If you’re looking to usher in the year of the rabbit in a new and fun way, we have some ideas for you. Here are 7 of the best lunar New Year celebrations you can check out in Seattle.


Lark is hosting a delicious Lunar New Year dinner. For appetizers guests can enjoy Chili Peanuts, Hoisin Beef Tongue, dinner comes with menu items like Bing Flatbread with roasted garlic, Whole Fried Branzino with ginger scallion black vinegar sauce and  Dungeness Crab with garlic chili noodles among other items.

When: January 25th
Where: 952 E Seneca St
Cost: $90 per person

Lunar New Year Fair

Every year Seattle’s Wing Luke Museum hosts its annual Lunar New Year Fair. This year you can enjoy lion dances, family activities, ceramics, calligraphy, raffles and so much more.

When: January 28th
Where: 719 S King Street
Cost: $17

Lucky Envelope Brewing

Lucky Envelope Brewing is releasing limited edition brews in honor of the Lunar New Year. From the 21st to 28th you’ll be able to enjoy limited edition brews and delicious eats while celebrating the year of the rabbit!

When: January 21st-28th
Where: 907 NW 50th Street

Lunar New Year at Southcenter Mall

Visitors can enjoy a series of performances by Tina’s Dance Studio, Master David Leong’s Kung Fu School and Dragon Dancing with live drums. You can also see Chinese calligraphy drawings, live music, and nosh on complimentary Chinese tea, rice desserts and more.

When: January 21st
Where: 2800 Southcenter Mall

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Seattle Night Market

The Seattle Night Market is back with a 21+ celebration of all things Lunar New Year. Enjoy shopping, eats, drinks music and more at this lively event in Magnuson Park’s Hangar 30.

When: February 11th
Where: Hangar 30, Magnuson Park

Lunar New Year on The Pier

Lunar New Year on The Pier is perhaps the most PNW way to celebrate the holiday. You can check out a Lion Dance by the Mak Fai Kung Fu Club and fire pits on Pier 62.

When: January 22nd
Where: Pier 62

Lunar New Year in Chinatown

Perhaps the best and most classic Lunar New Year celebration in Seattle is Chinatown’s event. Vendor booths will line the streets, dance performances and music will bring even more life to the neighborhood and the main stage at Hing Hay Park will be the place to be.

When: February 4th
Where: Chinatown, Seattle

Happy Lunar New Year Seattle!