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LUCKY CHINA

2000 S. Havana St. • 303.745.1373 luckychinaaurora.com • Lunch, dinner daily No alcohol • $$ Sure, they’ve got the Chinese-American crowd pleasers: moo shu pork, sesame chicken and six varieties of egg foo yung and chow mein. Ask for the “real” Chinese sheet when you dine here and you’ll luck into sampling authentic stuff from garlic greens to whole fish braised in brown sauce.

NEW CANTON BBQ

2751 S. Parker Road • 303.369.7500 10 a.m.-9 p.m. daily • $ New Canton BBQ is the place for those who want tasty Chinese BBQ, and also for the more adventurous palate looking to try something like roast duck, pig ears or chicken feet. The authentic food and flavors will keep you coming back for more, and soon you will be a regular known to the staff on a first name basis.

TEA STATION

545 Sable Blvd. • 303.343.0330 teastation247.com Lunch, dinner Mon.-Sat. • No alcohol • $ Boba rules at the Tea Station! Boba are tiny, chewy pearls made from tapioca. Here there are 34 flavors of build-your-own boba drinks that can come as a tea, a creamy shake, an icy snow or slush, or a milk tea flavored with watermelon, mango and even avocado. By the way, boba isn’t some ancient Chinese culinary tradition. It was created in Taiwan in the ‘80s. Pork fried rice, wok-fried lo mein and other ChineseAmerican must-haves fill the rest of the menu.

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