Celebrate the Chinese New Year!

Join us from January 24 – February 22, 2014
for a Feast of Traditional & Innovative Delights

Ancient Chinese wisdom says that a snake in the house is a good omen; it means your family will not starve. Certainly not in January and February, when CinCin’s master chefs will prepare a New Year’s Banquet of classic and innovative delights. Your evening begins with a trio of luxurious hors d’oeuvres including Grand Marnier jumbo shrimp. Then, the feast: golden purses of jumbo lump crabmeat, wok-style lobster, roasted sea bass with a dill & pine nut crust, hoisin-tamarind duck, and filet mignon, all accompanied by pineapple fried rice, and followed by a heavenly host of desserts.
Come experience the full creativity and skill of CinCin’s master chefs. Just $55 per person for parties of 4 or more, and $59.95 for parties of two or three. Reservations highly recommended.

People born in the Year of the Snake

The Year of the Snake begins on February 10th, shortly after the new moon. The snake is the most enigmatic, introspective, and refined of the 12 signs of the Chinese Zodiac. People born in the Year of the Snake are thoughtful, complex and very clever. If anyone has a sixth sense, it’s these insightful and intuitive people. Perhaps this is why they can seem so mysterious.