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Welcome the Year of the Tiger with a traditional Peking duck feast (Sold Out)

Doris Wang takes over Frenchie Wine Bistro for a one-night-only celebration.

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Though Frenchie Wine Bistro in the South End serves up French fare, Chinatown restaurateur Doris Wang is changing that with a one-night only Peking Duck Pop-up to celebrate the Chinese New Year.

Following starters of scallion pancakes or pork-and-shrimp shumai, the Peking duck feast comes in three courses: crispy duck skin and homemade pancakes, duck and noodle stir-fry, and duck soup. Guests can also order wine from Frenchie’s extensive wine cellar. To celebrate the Chinese New Year, a bottle of Veuve Clicquot Champagne will be available for $90. 

The meal is finished off with fried sesame doughnuts, which are stuffed with sweet red bean filling. The doughnuts are a traditional Chinese New Year snack. 

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Wang’s China King restaurant closed in December 2020 after 15 years in business, and this pop-up gives fans a chance to get another taste of her meals. 

 “I lived and worked in Beijing for 18 months in 2013-2014 as an engineer,” Sandrine Rossi, Frenchie’s owner, said in a statement. “[Wang’s] incredible food reminds me of that special time.”

Each duck dinner serves two to three people and costs $88 per person. The event is available by reservation only and starts at 5 p.m., with final seatings at 10 p.m.

Registration is available on Eventbrite, and guests will need to post a credit card charge.

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