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Chinese New Year and New Openings in Downtown San Francisco

Hoppy New Year! ๐Ÿ‡ Mark your calendars for Saturday, February 4th and hop downtown to celebrate the Year of the Rabbit with the San Francisco Chinese New Year Parade. Did you know that it's the largest celebration of its kind in the world and the biggest parade celebrating Lunar New Year outside of Asia? You don't want to miss out on the parade floats, lion dancers, and other festivities!

Chinese New Year Parade Route

Looking to explore downtown and grab a bite during the Chinese New Year Parade? Check out these new businesses in our downtown SF neighborhood!

Bowl'd Acai Cafe โ€” 155 Montgomery Street

Get some berry delicious acai bowls, smoothies, and more at the Bowl'd Acai Cafe. Bowl'd Acai Cafe is open Monday through Friday from 8 AM to 3 PM at 155 Montgomery Street.

Super Kitchen 80 โ€” 308 Kearny Street

Looking for some steamy buns and dumplings? Super Kitchen 80 on 308 Kearny Street is the newest dim sum spot in downtown open Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 7 PM. We recommend the steamed plump shrimp dumplings and the soft pillowy egg yolk buns. Get your dim sum fix on the go! 

Hed Very Thai โ€” 88 Hardie Place

Head on over to Hed's for authentic Thai cuisine. Hed Very Thai is now open at 88 Hardie Place daily from 11:30 AM to 3 PM for lunch and 4:30 PM to 9:00 PM for dinner.

Yeo's Electric Chicken and Rice โ€” 564 Market Street

There's a new chick in town! Yeo's Electric Chicken and Rice is now open at 564 Market Street. Yeo's soft opening hours are 11 AM to 3 PM Monday through Friday. Vegetarians don't fret because the menu includes fried tofu and cauliflower rice.

What are you waiting for? Get your dumpling fix from Super Kitchen 80, satisfy your craving for Thai food at Hed's, grab an Original Gangster aรงaรญ bowl from Bowl'd Acai Cafe, and try a lunch box from Yeo's Electric Chicken and Rice.

Hungry for more? Check out a full listing of restaurants in Downtown San Francisco.

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