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Celebrate Asian New Year with a twist

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BOSTON - Kitchen Kibitz, the pop up that explores contemporary Jewish cuisine, teams up with Shojo Asian Bar & Bistro to host a unique Jewish-Asian NewYear Pop Up Dinner this Sunday with two seatings, 5:30 and 8 p.m. at Shojo, located at 8 Tyler St.

Tickets for the unique dinner which includes eight courses and cocktails, are $68 per person, available at http://www.eventbrite.com/e/kitchen-kibitz-asian-new-year-pop-up-with-shojo-tickets-4355342948.

Chef Mark O'Leary, a veteran of O Ya and jm curley, joins Shojo Chef Jeremy Lee to create the unusual menu that pays homage to traditional Asian fare while sharing Jewish cultural influences. Think such dishes as Black & White Challah; Matzoball Ramen; Pastrami Rye Bao; Luobagao Latke with Lox; Good Harvest Stir Fry Flanken; Chinese 5 Spice Kugel with Dried Longan; Tangerine Honey Shaved Snow; and Black Sesame Manischewitz Mochi plus a signature cocktail.

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