Our Events

Chinese New Year 

Also known as the “Spring Festival,” Chinese New Year marks the beginning of a new lunar year on the Chinese lunar calendar. Chinese New Year is a big celebration in Chinese culture. You may be familiar with the Chinese Zodiac, which is based on the lunar calendar and consists of 12 animals and their reputed attributes. As the year of the rat chapter closed and a new one opened with the year of the ox, we celebrated traditionally with a lion dance and Chinese New Year Banquet. Our six-course prix fixe menu was priced at a lucky number of $138 per guest and included dumplings, Tamago egg, Peking duck, seabass, chow fun, chocolate cake, and beverage pairings.

New Years Eve

New Year’s Eve is always a big celebration, from the NYE Ball Drop countdown to your NYE kiss to fireworks marking the end of an era. Kissing 2020 goodbye was bittersweet and although many unfortunate events have happened this year, we also experienced a lot of amazing moments, like opening Chinglish Wine Bar! We held our very first New Year’s Eve Celebration and it sold out! Those who joined us that night experienced two seatings, 7 PM and 10 PM, a six-course prix fixe menu, beverage pairings, and a champagne toast. The menu included Poh Poh’s Chicken Dumplings, Bok Choy, Peking Duck, Mongolian Beef, Steamed Scallops, and Decadent Chocolate Cake.

Christmas

Holidays are a time to be around those you love, your family, friends, neighbors, etc. Although this year was unusual with the COVID-19 pandemic among us, we can all agree that it made us really cherish the time we spend with those we love. Christmas is much more than presents and gifts; it is about selflessness, family, friends, love, and the birth of Jesus Christ. We were very blessed to have been able to hold our doors open on Christmas Eve and on Christmas Day so everyone had a place to go- and to eat- over the holiday season. 

Thanksgiving

In honor of Thanksgiving, Chinglish Wine Bar wanted to travel outside of the norms and incorporate the Cantonese culture in holiday festivities. We celebrated Thanksgiving with a Hong Kong-style Thanksgiving Feast. It included a prix fixe menu with special turkey infused menu items that lasted all throughout Thanksgiving weekend so everyone could indulge in our feast: turkey dumplings, sliced turkey in pumpkin curry, salt and pepper pumpkin, sweet & cranberry turkey, Hong Kong noodles with turkey, and assorted holiday desserts.

Grand Opening To Benefit Three Square

There are a lot of great benefits to Grand Openings, but there are a lot more benefits to lending a helping hand to your community. Instead of a traditional Grand Opening event, we decided to go in a different direction. With our managing partners, Ken and Kitty Heck, being long-time active community members, we decided to combine our grand opening with a charity event. On Thursday, December 10, 2020, Chinglish Wine Bar held its grand opening charity event where all proceeds from Chinglish Wine Bar placed on that day were donated to charity. With everyone’s amazing effort, help, and support, we were able to contribute 36,828 meals to the Las Vegas Three Square Food Bank.