Ring in the Year of the Horse with Monday Night Brewing at Doc Chey's! Dine during the 15 days of Chinese New Year and they will donate to the Food Bank $2 from each Dragon Bowl, $1 from each Fu Manbrew, and $.50 from each Rishi hot tea. Don't forget to bring your canned goods for the food drive. Plus, enjoy lion dance performances and giveaways for the first 250 people who dine at each of the three locations on Monday, February 20th.
A celebration of the Chinese lunar calendar, the 2014 Chinese New Year is the Year of the Horse and signifies nobility, class and perseverance. “Gun Hay Fat Choy!” is the traditional Chinese New Year greeting wishing prosperity and blessings in the New Year.
Doc Chey’s of HomeGrown Restaurant Concepts aims to foster good karma in the communities it serves and, in turn, celebrates notable occasions such as Chinese New Year by giving back. HomeGrown Restaurant Concepts’ charitable arm, HomeGrown Charities, has raised more than $178,000 for local non-profits since its inception in 2007. Due to the restaurants’ charitable initiatives, owner Rich Chey is a recipient of the Georgia Restaurant Association’s “Distinguished Service Award” and Doc Chey’s is a three-time state winner of the National Restaurant Association’s “Restaurant Neighbor Award.”
For more information, please visit www.doccheys.com.