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Jing Back on Track to Bring Asian Fusion to Downtown Summerlin

An Aspen celebrity favorite shows new sign of life in Vegas

The 24-hour marinated Peking Duck at Jing Aspen, coming to Downtown Summerlin.
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Missing its announced debut date by eight months, Colorado restaurant and “social lounge” Jing has once again kick-started new life into its Downtown Summerlin expansion.

Replacing the former 8,600-square-foot Fogo de Chao Brazilian Steakhouse in an easy-to-find spot next door to the Oval Park Drive Shake Shack, Jing is currently sponsoring the annual Rock Rink! outdoor ice skating attraction through January 20 at the outdoor retail hub.

Adding to the high-profile branding, the restaurant has just reopened the hiring process and recently filed an updated work permit on the site, following weeks of paperwork inactivity. Early filings had allocated an estimated budget of $2.4 million for construction.

Back in February, Jing had revealed Las Vegas would become its flagship outpost, building on its decade-old Aspen and Greenwood Village, Colorado, roots, both noted for attracting a celebrity clientele.

In Summerlin, the roomy interior is expected to serve lunch, dinner, and a Sunday brunch, designed with “Instagrammable moments,” and upgraded with neon signs and a sliding glass door that opens to the outdoor patio.

Still officially coming soon, previous hints for the Asian global-inspired menu included 24-hour marinated and roasted Peking duck, stir fry dishes, seafood, sushi, steaks, king crab tempura, crispy honey chicken, and wagyu prepared on a hot rock.

Jing Closer to a Summer Debut in Summerlin [ELV]

Where To Dine in Downtown Summerlin [ELV]

Shake Shack

3060 Fillmore Street, , CA 94123 (415) 405-4618 Visit Website

Downtown Summerlin

1980 Festival Plaza Drive, , NV 89135 (702) 832-1000 Visit Website

Fogo De Chao Brazilian Steakhouse

360 East Flamingo Road, , NV 89169 (702) 431-4500 Visit Website