Nom Wah Tea Parlor Extends Weekend Hours

Posted on: July 19th, 2011 at 6:09 am by

Nom Wah Tea Parlor is…err…on a roll.  The re-branding has been, by all accounts, quite a success story for owner Wilson Tang and company.  The tasteful facelift late last year delivered the 90-year-old establishment into more modern times.  Now a month after the big reveal of gluten-free menu options, there’s some additional culinary news to report from the depths of Doyers.

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According to their Facebook page, the parlor is extending its hours on Friday and Saturday night to accommodate the late diners and pre-gamers in the neighborhood.  Translation – the kitchen will remain open until 10 pm both evenings. Below is the message from Tang:

Do you ever wonder what to do when it’s late on a weekend and you suddenly crave dim sum?! Well we’ve heard your demands for opening later. Beginning this Friday, we will be keeping our kitchen open till 10pm (Fridays and Saturdays) for those who want their dim sum fix a little later!

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