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Big Changes to The Dining Scene at Lucky Dragon

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Two restaurants close, a noodle bar arrives and more

Pearl Ocean
Pearl Ocean
Amelinda B Lee

A little more than two months after opening and already Lucky Dragon is ready to shuffle around its dining options. The moves make way for an expanded VIP gaming lounge, a "rolling chip" program and other VIP gaming.

That means changes to the dining hall Dragon’s Alley, the dim sum specialists Pearl Ocean and a new noodles bar opening.

For the short-term, Dragon’s Alley closes for a renovation that brings a noodle bar. The main dining room converts into a larger space for Pearl Ocean with its dim sum menu. And Pearl Ocean turns into the high-end gaming lounge.

For now, Pearl Ocean takes over the Dragon’s Alley hours during the renovation. So head there from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. Friday through Sunday.

The resort also features two high-end gaming areas dubbed the Emerald Room, located on the ground floor, and the second-story VIP gaming lounge, both with private banquet dining options, a lounge and 24-hour butler service.

Your Massive Guide to Lucky Dragon [ELV]

Dragon Alley

, Las Vegas, NV (702) 889-7108

Pearl Ocean

300 W Sahara Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89102 (702) 889-8018 Visit Website

Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino

300 West Sahara Avenue, , NV 89102 (702) 889-8018 Visit Website