New York — There was a big reopening on Sunday Chinatown The restaurant was destroyed in a fire earlier this year.
The new Division Street location is the largest Dim Sum bar to date, with over 200 seats over two floors.
The opening ceremony began with a traditional Chinese dragon dance.
“Nice dim sum, fast dim sum, and banquets. We’re open until four in the morning,” said Sam Yan, president of Dim Sum Palace, Inc.
Dim Sum is family run. He now has seven locations in Manhattan.
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