Category: Feasts

Miami Chef Sunny Oh on Asian Food in Miami, Sushi Garage, and More.

The Rise of Asian-Latino Food Asians and Latinos may live half a world away from each other, but share unique commonalities that make them pre-destined cooking partners. Both cultures turn to chiles for heat, and tamarind for sweet. The fresh, fragrant hint of cilantro is a staple in Mexican salsa as well as the herbaceous  […]  Read more

#LuckyriceNY x Bubble__T

We brought the bubble, they brought the T! Big ups to Bubble__T for making the party rock at our #LuckyriceNY Feast! With beats to bounce to and looks to kill, we got our slaysian on in more way than one. Party pics by @olivermint

The #LuckyriceNY Ball 2017

On September 22 we looked out upon Central Park from the 36th floor of the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in celebration of our 8th Lucky Year in the city where it all started, New York. It was a night of cultural collisions, you’d ride the elevator skywards until it opened up into the event’s foyer where  […]  Read more

The #LuckyriceSF Plant-Based Edition Feast Recap

As a nod to the rich heritage and legacy of the Bay Area, as well as it being the hometown of our founder, Danielle Chang, LUCKYRICE held its first plant-based Feast on September 8th, 2017 at the Bently Reserve. When asked why go plant-based Danielle had this to say, “Since so much of the Asian-American  […]  Read more

#LuckyriceLA Feast Recap 2017

We kicked off Feast Season this year in the City of Angels. Celebrating 8 Lucky Years we spotlighted the best of LA’s Asian & Asian-inspired eats at the Vibiana on July 28th. In good company, with more than a thousand attendees, 33 vendors and 82,914,328 total impressions, we’d like to think we’re off to a good  […]  Read more

Get Your Green On at Our First Plant-Based Feast for#LuckyriceSF

Many of those who have laid down roots in California’s rich cultural bed know Asia to be home. Their seeds have traveled miles, populating Western shores many have settled Bayside, in San Francisco. Asian by blood but deeply intertwined in America’s red, white and blue, they seek new forms of cultural relevancy and expression to  […]  Read more

NY Feast: The Badass New Yorker Behind the East Village’s Tim Ho Wan

Three pendants dangle with purpose from Tony’s neck. “This is Burmese jade,” he says pointing to the Chinese chimera hanging from one of the cords, “it’s like 5 mythical animals combined into one. It wards of spirits and bad luck.” The first couple buttons on his fitted, yellow, shirt lay undone and it’s impossible for  […]  Read more

LA Feast: @eatswithanthony’s Top 10 Asian Eats

Our Los Angeles Feast is just a week away and we had the opportunity to chat with someone who knows the Asian culinary scene just as well as anyone under the California sun. Boasting a following of over 30k, Anthony Lu, a Taipei-native turned LA foodie extraordinaire, shares with us his culinary journey and list  […]  Read more