Full Moon House is a Chinese seafood restaurant where every day is a celebration. According to their bio, the banquet-style dining hall was named after the Mid-Autumn Festival, which symbolizes harmony, luck, and abundance. And with 200+ menu items, such as Hong Kong-style clams, sliced abalone, and lobster served in black bean sauce, it’s safe to say that Full Moon House has hit that “abundance” section right out of the park.
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