Dining

Dining

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珍之味 Pearl Ocean

For Reservations : 702-579-1287

11 A.M. – 10 P.M. Mon – Thurs | 11 A.M. – 11 P.M. Fri

10 A.M. – 11 P.M. Sat | 10 A.M. – 10 P.M. Sun 

Pearl Ocean serves lunch and dinner daily, featuring a menu of exquisite delicacies. A live seafood room joins the main dining room, where guests can select live exotic seafood flown in daily to be prepared in both traditional and modern culinary styles.

鳳凰臺 Phoenix

For Reservations : 702-579-1288

5 P.M. – 10 P.M. WEEKDAY | 5 P.M. – 11 P.M. WEEKEND

Phoenix boasts a menu of cutting-edge culinary trends found throughout modern China. Kurobuta pork, deer tendon, abalone and countless other rare and expertly prepared delicacies punctuate the culinary adventure and world-class service for Las Vegas’ most discerning palates. Featuring 60 seats, a private balcony and a finely curated wine list, the restaurant is Las Vegas’ most exclusive Chinese fine dining destination.

 

茶轩 Cha Garden

10 A.M. – 7:30 P.M. Everyday

Lucky Dragon’s hotel lobby and pool area blend seamlessly into one indoor/outdoor tea garden and lounge area. Led by Las Vegas’ only tea sommelier, Cha Garden features an extensive list of tea sourced directly from generations-old tea farms throughout Asia. Punctuated by a delicate waterfall, mosaic sculptures, powerful oak trees and a shoreline swimming pond, guests can enjoy the tranquility of a Feng Shui designed garden to enjoy a world-class tea experience unlike anything else available in Las Vegas.

包饺店 BAO NOW

24 HOURS

Located adjacent to the main gaming floor, the eatery features simple dim sum, soups, rice, noodles, congee, Boba tea, and other dishes meant to be consumed on the go. It also features a diverse offering of teas and coffees, providing a fix for Lucky Dragon customers at any hour. While seating will be available, Bao Now’s offerings are also meant to travel with guests to all areas of the resort.

龙巷 Dragon’s Alley

OPEN FOR SPECIAL EVENTS

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Inspired by the vibrant night markets dotting the streets throughout Asia and landmarks such as Ghost Street in Beijing, Dragon’s Alley brings to Las Vegas the best street food from Asia, featuring a rotating menu of regional delicacies, fresh (and live) seafood, exquisite dim sum, succulent barbecue, delicious boba tea, and much more.

 

The Jewel Kitchen, encapsulated by windows with 360 degrees of viewing angles, is Las Vegas’ only show kitchen that extends directly onto the casino floor – marrying the gaming and culinary action.