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Notification on Lunar New Year Holiday 2015

February 11, 2015 | 3 Comments


“East or west, home is best.”

Lunar New Year is the most important traditional festival in Vietnam. Like Christmas when people come back to family, Lunar New Year means the same to Asians.

Thus, we’ll be off from February 14th to February 23rd.

Please note the Support Service may delay more than 24 hours since your request. Having said that, we will try our best to answer them as soon as we can.

We’ll get back to work on February 24th.

We understand that it’s quite a long time and may affect you more or less. We sincerely sorry for this inconvenience and appreciate your kind understanding.

To make it up for the absence, please check out our ET Mailing and AE PayU which are Valentine’s gifts for you. Make sure to subscribe to our blog and get the latest updates on these gifts. No sale effort here, simply FREE love.

Ok, this is sale effort: If you have eyes on any theme with extensions (or even without), here’s the chance.

Wish you a happy and prosperous new year.

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  • Dane

    All rivers lead to the sea, including this midtown fishmonger’s culinary casting. The sister spawn to two other fine NYC establishments, Domenico’s and Fagiolini, Salmon River pays homage to the denizens of the deep, especially of the pink-fleshed variety, offering scrumptious seafood with no catch—no fusion confusion, flashy lures or over-priced raw nibbles that leave you hankering for a hamburger. You’ll get hooked on the clam chowder, tequila-cured Salmon or daily selection of fresh roasted fish, and get your daily allotment of omega-3 fatty acids at the same time—all at a price that won’t leave you feeling like you were caught—hook, line and sinker. Don’t let this be the big one that got away.

    on February 11, 2015   |   Reply
    • An

      This NYC historical landmark in the heart of the Theatre District has been serving up suds and down home pub food since 1892, surviving prohibition by renting the front of its then Rockefeller Center façade to Greek florists, while the Hurley brothers ran a speak-easy in back. Legendary hi-jinx aside, this hold out bar has been dishing up comfort food since before there was a word for it. The extensive saloon menu features no-frills Irish pub food with American flair, from potato skins and “New York’s Finest Chili” to pan seared blackened tuna and French onion soup. Celebrity sightings and the homey atmosphere don’t come with delivery, but you will still feel welcome by the friendly service with a smile.

      on February 11, 2015   |   Reply
  • alenkap

    What is Italian and Asian and American all over? Spoons! Not the spoon-slapping card game, but the innovative and exotic midtown caterer dreamed up by two Korean sisters seeking to take back what Marco Polo stole from the orient in the first place. Far from being a greasy spoon, Spoons features eclectic and fresh dishes, from Green Risotto and Mac N’ Cheese to Papaya BBQ Chicken and Bibimbop (a Korean rice and vegetable medley). Only in New York (midtown east to be exact)! In addition to being beyond bipolar, Spoons also caters to your specific requests, so don’t be surprised if the second time you call they remember the ins and outs of your previous order and serve your next one up on a silver spoon (actually, food is peddled by pedal, guaranteeing speedy delivery). Prepare yourself for the ItaliAsian invasion!

    on February 16, 2015   |   Reply

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