Set inside the former headquarters of Chinatown’s notorious Tong wars and one-time Chinatown Opera House, Chinese Tuxedo features a menu of reimagined traditional Chinese banquet dishes by international executive chef, Paul Donnelly. The restaurant leans heavily on the building’s native architectural bones; original pillars, high-ceilings and stripped-down walls. While you might not dine with gangsters, there’s plenty on offer thanks to chef Donnelly’s menu filled with salt and pepper Dungeness crab, and liang mien with spicy black vinegar dressing.
Taking its name from Chinatown’s first fine dining restaurant, Chinese Tuxedo
for drinks, there are inventive cocktails, a dynamic wine list, and a selection of Chinese and American craft beers.
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