If you were unable to enjoy the enduring connection between Chinese food and the Jewish Christmas for yourself yesterday—or if you just can't get enough fried rice served over a heaping pile of maternal guilt about your seeming eternal singlehood—the crew behind Woks and Lox return to town this Saturday with their third annual event. And this year they're taking a temporary respite from the wilds of Astoria and moving to Chinatown, giving you the rare opportunity celebrate the Jewish Yuletide in your great grandmother's old stomping grounds.

Woks and Lox, the brainchild of Jewish/Asian duo Jeff Orlick and Veronica Chan, first kicked off at Queens Kickshaw in Astoria around Christmas 2011. Saturday's event will be held at the classic dim sum spot Nom Wah Tea Parlor, and Orlick and Chan have enlisted chefs Chichi Wang and Noah Arenstein—respectively of Serious Eats and Scharf & Zoyer—to helm the kitchen. Menu items include corned beef reuben wontons with beet Russian dressing, noodle kugel with vegetarian XO sauce and "Bubbe’s Chicken Fried Rice,"; organizers also promise a Bar Mitzvah sign-in board, themed games and a Chinese auction, with proceeds going towards Typhoon Haiyan relief.

The event kicks off at 10 p.m. and costs $75 to attend, with discounted tickets available for advance online purchase; if the promise of food's not enough to entice you, expect plenty of specialty brews courtesy of SingleCut Beer and the Shmaltz Brewing Company so you can drink away the fact that Santa skipped you again this year, the bastard.