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HIMALAYAN RESTAURANT CELEBRATES COLORFUL INDIAN HOLIDAY

Himalayan Restaurant in Niles welcomes guests to kick off spring and celebrate the Indian and Nepalese holiday of Holi. The spring festival of colors and love, Holi officially takes place on March 17, but Himalayan is celebrating the over the weekend with a tie-dying party for children and families on Sunday, March 16 at its Niles location. In honor of Holi being the festival of color, Himalayan invites guests to tie-dye clothing in the colors that capture the spirit of the holiday. Himalayan will provide t-shirts to dye while supplies last, or guests can bring in their own garments to dye. The event is an excellent way for families to try a new cultural experience, and is also a more family friendly way to celebrate the St. Patrick’s Day weekend. In fact, there will be plenty of green die on hand for those who would like to make their clothes green as the Chicago River! While kids tie-dye, Himalayan will offer its lunch buffet for everyone to enjoy for $10.95 per person as well as their full menu of authentic Indian and Nepalese cuisine. Although the tie-dying will take place at Himalayan’s Niles location, guests can celebrate Holi and St. Patrick’s Day on their own at Himalayan’s Gurnee location as well.

WHEN:                  

Holi Tie-Dye and Lunch Buffet

Sunday, March 16

12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

 

 

COST:

Holi Tie-Dye and Lunch Buffet

Tie-dye is free, lunch buffet available for $10.95

 

 

Himalayan Restaurant
8265 W. Golf Road
Niles, IL 60714
847-324-4150

 

2nd location:

3747 Grand Ave
Gurnee, IL 60031

224-637-3000

www.himalayanrestaurant.com
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Hours

Mon – Fri: 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Sat – Sun: 12:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Dinner Hours*

Sun – Sat: 5:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.

*Gurnee closes at 9:30 p.m.     

 

About Himalayan Restaurant  Himalayan Restaurant has brought authentic North Indian and Nepalese cuisine to the northern suburbs since its doors opened in 2003. The collaboration of Kathmandu natives, Vivek Raj Kunwar and Kiran Byanjankar, Himalayan uses the freshest ingredients and features a variety of regional fare and delicious favorites made from scratch every morning. The menu satisfies both long-time aficionados of Indian cuisine and newcomers alike. 

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