Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar Celebrates 20 Years On The Vegas Strip With Special Menu Benefitting Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth

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Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar Celebrates
20 Years on the Las Vegas Strip
$20 Three Course Menu

Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar at the Monte Carlo kicked off its 20 year anniversary celebration with some of Las Vegas’ notables in media, hospitality, and food & beverage coming to toast to their success.

MCC Hospitality Group’s co-founder and co-owner Chipper Pastron thanked guests for their support throughout the years. “We’re proud to have been here for 20 years. My partner Sal Casola Sr. and I have seen so many changes happen in Las Vegas, but one thing has remained consistent year after year, our passion for the city and its supportive community.” Pastron also thanked his general manager of 18 years, Helen Cheung, and her team for their hard work.

Guests were treated to signature dishes including orange peel chicken, chicken and pork fried rice, Mongolian beef, Chinese broccoli and kung pao chicken, while enjoying tropical mai tai cocktails, Sapporo and Asahi beers and wines from Vanishing Point and Squirt Gun.

Traditional Chinese lion dancers helped wish Dragon Noodle continued good fortune, prosperity, and success. To add a bit of mysticism to the night, a tea leaf reader read fortunes, providing insight to guests’ futures.

To continue the celebration, Dragon Noodle launched a special $20 three course anniversary menu running now through July 31. In addition and as a way to say thank you to the local community, a portion of the proceeds from every Hong Kong chow mein sold, a staple on the menu since opening night in 1991, will benefit the Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth.

Post your well wishes for Dragon Noodle on Twitter by tagging @DragonNoodleLV and #DragonNoodle20Year.

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Dragon Noodle Co. Signature Dishes (Photo credit: Amit Dadlaney)

About MCC Hospitality Group
Based in Los Angeles with extended roots in Las Vegas and Hawaii, MCC Hospitality Group is comprised of award-winning restaurants and entities including Morels French Bistro & Steakhouse at The Palazzo Las Vegas, a classic steakhouse with cuisine by Executive Chef JL Carrera and recipient of Wine Spectator Best of Award of Excellence since 2010; Morels French Bistro & Steakhouse at The Grove, named one of the “Best Restaurant Patios In and Around Los Angeles” by CBS Los Angeles and recipient of Wine Spectator Award of Excellence since 2001; d.vino Italian Food & Wine Bar at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, offering seasonal, farm-fresh ingredients and homemade ice cream sundaes; Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar at Monte Carlo Las Vegas, with traditional Hong Kong-style Chinese food and sushi with quirky décor that transports diners into another world with floating baby heads and dancing bok choy; JuiceFarm in The Palazzo and The Venetian, offering cold-pressed juice using the highest quality organic produce; Market City Caffe in Burbank featuring old-world Italian cuisine and pizzas; Peet’s Coffee & Tea Hawaii, providing specialty coffee to raise expectations of American coffee drinkers; and Vanishing Point Winery, a winery in partnership with winemaker Shawn Johnson. Partners Sal Casola, Jr. and Chipper Pastron have more than three decades of success in the food & beverage industry and continue to build MCC Hospitality Group’s portfolio with innovative and top-notch ventures. For more information, visit mcchgroup.com.

Ring in the Year of the Snake with Celebratory Dances, Authentic Cuisine and Vibrant Displays at Las Vegas’ Premier Resorts

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Ring in the Year of the Snake with Celebratory Dances, Authentic Cuisine and Vibrant Displays at Las Vegas’ Premier Resorts

MGM Resorts International celebrates Chinese New Year 2013, the Year of the Snake, with a prestigious culinary event, exhilarating lion dances, spectacular displays at Bellagio and Crystals at CityCenter, and authentic cuisine at a variety of restaurants.

The sixth animal in the Asian zodiac is the cunning and intuitive snake; the most refined and collected of all the animals. Individuals born in the Year of the Snake tend to be intelligent, ambitious and graceful.

Diaoyutai State Guesthouse
Bellagio will welcome the prestigious Diaoyutai State Guesthouse to the United States for only the second time. Typically reserved for royalty, heads of state and other world leaders, Diaoyutai State Guesthouse of Beijing will host a series of exclusive dinners within Tuscany Kitchen Thursday, Feb. 14 – Saturday, Feb. 16 at 7:30 p.m.

The lavish dinner offers an eight-course menu featuring a collection of historic dishes modernized from ancient menus. It will be prepared and served by the Diaoyutai culinary team, dressed in traditional Chinese attire and led by Executive Chef Hao Baoli, who has hosted more than 1,000 world leaders in his decades at the Guesthouse.

With more than 30 years leading the Diaoyutai culinary team, Chef Baoli specializes in cuisine that is both healthy and delicious. His menu at Bellagio will feature a diverse selection of dishes showcasing rare ingredients and skillful techniques while also following strict nutritional requirements, ensuring all items are low in both sugar and sodium and high in protein.

Celebratory décor will complement the elegance of Bellagio with Chinese tradition to create an ideal setting in which to enjoy this special cuisine. Tableware will be shipped from Beijing to Bellagio specifically for the event, capturing the essence and spirit of the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse in breathtaking form.

Tickets for this rare culinary event are $500 per person, all-inclusive, and are available online at Bellagio’s Epicurean Epicenter webpage or by calling Bellagio Concierge at 866-406-7117.

Lion Dances
Dynamic and colorful lion dances will commemorate the Year of the Snake at Bellagio, ARIA, Crystals at CityCenter and MGM Grand:

  • ARIA – Monday, Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. at the main porte cochere
  • Crystals – Monday, Feb. 11 at 1:30 p.m. at the entrance near Todd English P.U.B.
  • MGM Grand –Monday, Feb. 11 at 7 p.m. at the front desk
  • Bellagio – Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 6:30 p.m. at the main porte cochere

Yau Kung Moon will perform the traditional Chinese lion dances at Bellagio, ARIA, Crystals and MGM Grand. Yau Kung Moon, which translates to “Style of Flexible Power,” is considered one of the most-respected martial arts, dragon and lion dance organizations in the world.  It is a traditional Southern Shaolin Kung Fu system with more than 1,000 years of history.

Within the lion dancing culture, Yau Kung Moon is considered one of the pioneers of Northern and Southern lion dancing (Nam Si Buk Mo) and has set an exceptionally high standard evidenced by its numerous competitions and performances.  Yau Kung Moon is known for its trademark gold uniforms and innovative routines and has been recognized internationally for being the first U.S. team to compete in the 1990 Invitational World Lion Dance Festival in Malaysia.  The group also has finished as the 10-time undefeated Chinese National Lion Dance Champions.

Crystals at CityCenter
Beginning Friday, Jan. 25, the Flower Carpet on the first floor of Crystals at CityCenter will be decorated with a 21-foot-tall hand-crafted snake. The snake will be nestled among a grove of 40-foot-tall bamboo along with exotic orchids, bromeliads and bonsai trees. More than 300 handmade red silk lanterns will adorn the ceilings throughout Crystals.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens
Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens ushers in the Year of the Snake with a complimentary display through March 3.  The design of the Conservatory’s tranquil temple is guided by the ancient practice of Feng Shui – the art of using surroundings to attract harmony, balance and positive life energy. Each garden within the Chinese New Year display encompasses water, ensuring a positive flow of energy; and the three friends of winter – pine, bamboo and plum, symbolizing perseverance, integrity and modesty, respectively.

At the entrance of the Conservatory, an 18-foot-tall custom-made Chinese money tree symbolizes prosperity, good fortune and nobility. The bold centerpiece flourishes with 384 oversized gold-leafed coins on its branches as mounds of I-Ching coins, a traditional Chinese symbol for money, surround the base of the lucky tree.

Nearby, a nine-foot-tall friendly King Cobra snake covered in 5,000 blue and yellow luminescent scales is perched atop a mound of gold coins, protecting wealth and good fortune for the upcoming year.

Enhancing the vibrant Conservatory setting with the sounds of celebration, the Las Vegas-based Beijing Trio performs traditional folk and pop music with authentic Chinese instruments daily from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Shark Reef Aquarium
Mandalay Bay’s Shark Reef Aquarium will celebrate the Year of the Snake by decorating the habitat of its Burmese Python with traditional Chinese décor. Native to Southeast Asia, the Burmese Python is one of the largest snakes in the world, reaching up to 20-feet in length and weighing up to 200 pounds. Flexible jaws allow them to consume prey up to five times as wide as their head. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday, regular ticket prices at Shark Reef Aquarium are $18 for adults and $12 for children ages five through 12; children four and under are free.  For more information, visit www.mandalaybay.com, sharkreef.com or call (702) 632-4555.

Culinary Specialties
In celebration of the Year of the Snake, select MGM Resorts International restaurants will feature specialty menus and authentic cuisine from the Far East.

ARIABlossom will be open Sunday, Feb. 9 – Monday, Feb. 18 for a Dim Sum lunch, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.; and will offer a traditional Chinese menu for dinner, 5:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 590-7111 or reserve online at arialasvegas.com.

Bellagio – Saturday, Feb. 9– Sunday, Feb. 17, Jasmine will offer a Dim Sum lunch 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and a traditional Chinese menu 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 693-7223 or reserve online at bellagio.com. The Buffet at Bellagio will feature gourmet Chinese dinner specials Friday, Feb. 8 – Sunday, Feb. 10 and a gourmet brunch Saturday, Feb. 9 – Sunday, Feb. 10.

MGM GrandPearl will offer a traditional Chinese menu in addition to a Dim Sum lunch Saturday, Feb. 9 – Sunday, Feb. 17 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.  Grand Wok will featurea special menu with a variety of select delicacies Saturday, Feb. 9 and Sunday, Feb. 10 as well as Friday, Feb. 15 – Sunday, Feb. 17 while Shibuya also will offer special dishes Sunday, Feb. 10 – Sunday, Feb. 17.  For dining reservations and hours of operation, contact (702) 891-1111 or reserve online at mgmgrand.com..

Mandalay Bay – On Sunday, Feb. 10, Fleur by Hubert Keller will feature a four-course prix fixe dinner menu 5 p.m. –10:30 p.m. For dining reservations, contact 632-7200 or reserve online at mandalaybay.com.

The MirageFin will offer special Chinese dishes Sunday, Feb. 10 – Monday, Feb. 18 from 5 p.m. – 10 p.m.  Select lounges at the resort also will offer special Chinese New Year libations Sunday Feb. 10 – Monday, Feb. 18. For dining reservations, contact (702) 791-7111 or reserve online at www.mirage.com.

Monte Carlo – On Sunday, Feb. 10, Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar will feature a $29 special three-course prix fixe menu for lunch and dinner 11 a.m. – 11 p.m.  For dining reservations, contact (702) 730-7965 or reserve online at montecarlo.com.

LuxorRice & Co. will offer a $65, three-course pre-fixe dinner menu to celebrate Chinese New Year Sunday, Feb. 10 – Sunday, Feb. 24. Open nightly from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m., dining reservations can be made online at luxor.com or by calling (702) 262-4000.

Ring in Chinese New Year 2012 with MGM Resorts International

RING IN CHINESE NEW YEAR 2012
WITH MGM RESORTS INTERNATIONAL

MGM Resorts International celebrates Chinese New Year 2012, the Year of the Dragon, with exhilarating lion dances, spectacular displays at Crystals at CityCenter and Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens, as well as authentic cuisine at a variety of resort restaurants.

The Dragon is unique to the Asian Zodiac as it is not recognized as a real animal. It does, however, represent a symbol of power and remains prominent in Chinese astrology. The Dragon is viewed as a powerful almighty king made up of multiple parts of animals such as the tiger, fish, snake and eagle. Individuals born in the Year of the Dragon tend to be powerful and often own a sharp tongue.

Lion Dances

The following schedule outlines each lion dance to be held in the respective resort’s main valet and porte cochere:

ARIA – Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 1 p.m.
Crystals – Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 1:30 p.m.
The Mirage – Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 4 p.m.
MGM Grand – Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 1 p.m.
Bellagio – Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 6:30 p.m.

Yau Kung Moon will perform traditional Chinese lion dances at ARIA, Bellagio, MGM Grand and The Mirage. Yau Kung Moon, which translates to “Style of Flexible Power,” is considered one of the most-respected martial arts, dragon and lion dance organizations in the world. It is a traditional Southern Shaolin Kung Fu system with more than 1,000 years of history.

In the 1960s, Yau Kung Moon was introduced to the United States by Grandmaster Ha Kwok Cheung’s disciples, Grandmaster Chan Jun Chuen, Grandmaster Wong Cheung and Grandmaster Wan Tak Kee. They later passed the system onto their disciples, Master Bill Lee, Master Lok Sang Lee, Master Michael Lau and Master David Louie.

Within the lion dancing culture, Yau Kung Moon is considered one of the pioneers of Northern and Southern lion dancing (Nam Si Buk Mo) and has set an exceptionally high standard evidenced by its numerous competitions and performances. Yau Kung Moon is known for its trademark gold uniforms and innovative routines and has been recognized internationally for being the first U.S. team to compete in the 1990 Invitational World Lion Dance Festival in Malaysia. The group also has finished as the nine-time undefeated Chinese National Lion Dance Champions.

Crystals at CityCenter

Beginning Saturday, Jan. 7, the Flower Carpet on the first floor of Crystals at CityCenter will be decorated with a 43-foot long and 12-foot high authentic ceremonial dragon chasing a pearl symbolizing the constant pursuit of wisdom. The dragon will be surrounded by more than 4,000 flowers and plants including China mums, guzmania finest red, vriesea splendens, oncidium orchids, citrus trees and bamboo.

On Tuesday, Jan. 24, Crystals will join ARIA in its celebration with a traditional dragon dance with Kung Fu artists and Chinese performers. Select Crystals retailers will take part in the traditions involved in the ceremonial dance by feeding the dragon cabbage as a sign of satisfying its needs along with giving the dragon a red envelope with money. Both customs represent good luck and prosperity in the upcoming year. The dance is scheduled to begin at approximately 1:30 p.m.

Bellagio Conservatory & Botanical Gardens

Bellagio’s Conservatory & Botanical Gardens usher in the Year of the Dragon with a spectacular, complimentary display January 9 – March 4. This year’s serene sanctuary is guided by the ancient practice of Feng Shui – the art of using surroundings to attract harmony, balance and positive life energy – and its teachings are used to position the flow of water into Bellagio’s Conservatory.

The majestic centerpiece of this year’s exhibit consists of two animated 25-foot Chinese Dragons wrapped around a cylinder of water. A spectacular photo opportunity presents itself as the Dragons blow steam from their nostrils in an attempt to playfully swat at a legendary, oversized iridescent red pearl hanging directly above. The pearl, in Chinese lore, represents wealth, good luck and prosperity.

Nearby, two additional animated dragons, green and gold in color, actively lunge in the direction of the centerpiece. The dragons, 15 feet in length, represent earth and metal and are surrounded by a zig-zag bridge. The bridge leads to a striking, wing-tipped Ming Dynasty-style gazebo; its design follows the principles of Feng Shui, providing a difficult route for negative energy and bad spirits.

Just steps away in the North Garden, two animated dragons, brown and red, mirror their counterparts. These dragons represent wood and fire and are joined by silk red Chinese lanterns, a Chinese-style bridge and gold leafed I-Ching coins, a traditional Chinese money symbol.

For the first time during Bellagio’s Chinese New Year display, the Conservatory will host Chinese musicians performing live traditional folk and pop music with authentic Chinese instruments including the erhu, ruan and pipa. Complimentary performances will take place daily from 5 p.m. – 6 p.m. within the South Garden for the duration of the exhibit.

Culinary Specialties

In celebration of the Year of the Dragon, select MGM Resorts International restaurants will feature specialty menus and authentic cuisine from the Far East.

ARIA – Blossom and Lemongrass will each feature authentic Chinese and Thai cuisine, Friday, Jan. 20 – Wednesday, Feb. 1. Blossom will be open for a Dim Sum lunch, 11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.; dinner, 5:30 p.m. – 10:30 p.m.; Lemongrass will be open daily with a full menu from 11 a.m. – 2 a.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 590-7111 or reserve online at www.arialasvegas.com.

Bellagio – Jasmine and Noodles will offer guests a Dim Sum lunch buffet at each restaurant from Saturday, Jan. 21 – Sunday, Jan. 29. Jasmine will serve lunch daily from 11 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. and its regular dinner menu from 5:30 p.m. – 10 p.m. Noodles will offer its lunch specialties and regular menu items from 11 a.m. – 2 a.m. The Buffet at Bellagio also will feature gourmet brunch specials Saturday, Jan. 21 – Sunday, Jan. 22 and gourmet dinner specials Friday, Jan. 20 – Sunday, Jan. 22. For dining reservations, contact (702) 693-7223 or reserve online at www.bellagio.com .

MGM Grand – Pearl will offer a traditional Chinese menu in addition to a Dim Sum lunch from Friday, Jan. 20 – Monday, Jan. 30. Grand Wok will feature a special menu with a variety of select delicacies from Friday, Jan. 20 – Saturday, Feb. 4 while Shibuya also will offer special dishes from Friday, Jan. 20 – Friday, Jan. 27. For dining reservations and hours of operation, contact (702) 891-1111 or reserve online at www.mgmgrand.com.

Mandalay Bay – Noodle Shop and Buffet will feature authentic Chinese cuisine for lunch and dinner Friday, Jan. 20 – Thursday, Feb. 9 from 11 a.m. – 1 a.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 632-7200 or reserve online at www.mandalaybay.com .

The Mirage – Fin will be open for dinner and present special Chinese dishes Thursday, Jan. 19 – Monday, Jan. 30 from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 791-7111 or reserve online at www.mirage.com .

Monte Carlo – On Monday, Jan. 23, Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar will feature a $29 special pre-fixe menu for lunch and dinner from 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. For dining reservations, contact (702) 730-7965 or reserve online at www.montecarlo.com .

Luxor – Rice & Co. will offer a $65, three-course pre-fixe dinner menu to celebrate Chinese New Year from Monday, Jan. 23 – Thursday, Feb. 9. Open nightly from 5 p.m. – 11 p.m., dining reservations can be reserved online atwww.luxor.com or by calling (702) 262-4000.

Celebrate The Holidays with Christmas Feasts at MGM Resorts International Restaurants

 

Celebrate The Holidays with Christmas Feasts at MGM Resorts International Restaurants

 

 

This year, celebrate the holidays with mouth-watering meals served at MGM Resorts International restaurants. The extraordinary chefs at ARIA, Bellagio, MGM Grand, Mandalay Bay, The Mirage, Monte Carlo, Luxor and Excalibur have designed menus that are sure to put guests into the Christmas spirit. From traditional holiday feasts to decadent desserts, guests will find delightful dishes that celebrate the season.

 

Here are some highlights from the specially designed menus and carefully crafted dishes guests can look forward to this holiday season:

 

ARIA
Executive Chef Robert Moore at Jean Georges Steakhouse has put together a magnificent a la carte menu of scrumptious dishes to be devoured on Christmas Day. In addition to the regular menu, guests will enjoy Butternut Squash Soup and Steamed Shrimp Salad with champagne vinegar dressing as appetizers. For the main course, choices include a 26 oz. Char-Grilled Australian Tomahawk Chop and Creamy Horseradish Potatoes. An Apple and Pecan Sticky Bun with brown butter ice cream will end the meal on a sweet note.

 

Sirio Ristorante will offer guests the chance to celebrate with a bit of Italian flair by serving items such as Ravioli al Tartufo Nero di Norcia (cheese ravioli topped with fresh shaved black truffles from Norcia) and Medaglioni de Vitello (roasted veal medallions wrapped in prosciutto with pomegranate sauce, heirloom carrots and celery room puree).

 

BELLAGIO
Home of Italian, Asian, American and seafood specialties, Sensi’s a la carte menu will feature a variety of creative dishes from Executive Chef Royden Ellamar. Tasty yet non-traditional specialties include Roasted Mediterranean Octopus and Kimchee Butter Poached Oysters served with crispy pork belly, Napa cabbage and scallions.  A Slow Roasted Dry Aged Prime Rib also is available as well as succulent Lamb Biryani. The menu is available Saturday, December 24 through Monday, December 26.

 

Executive Chef Jaime Mendoza of Todd English’s Olives has created exceptional a la carte lunch and dinner menus that highlight the season. Featured items include Lobster Pumpkin Bisque and Grilled Lamb Steak. Specialty menus also are available at Picasso, Prime Steakhouse, Le Cirque, Osteria del Circo, Café Bellagio, Noodles and Snacks.

 

MANDALAY BAY
Aureole’s Executive Chef Vincent Pouessel has designed a festive five-course menu featuring selections such as Foie Gras and Fresh Black Truffle au Torchon and Citrus Crusted Diver Scallops. Flourless Chocolate Gateau with raspberry compote and stracciatella gelato rounds out the holiday menu. Guests can enjoy these options on both Saturday, December 24 and Sunday, December 25.  A holiday menu also is available at Wolfgang Puck’s delicious eatery, Trattoria Del Lupo.

 

MGM GRAND
The extraordinary prix fixe menu at SEABLUE by Michael Mina includes tantalizing tastes such as Oysters, Mixed Greens and Parsnip Soup. The meal is highlighted by Seablue Prime Rib served with horseradish-crusted potatoes and creamed spinach.  A dessert of Apple Tarte Tatin flawlessly finishes the experience. Specialty tasting menus also are available at Shibuya and Diego.

 

THE MIRAGE
Onda Ristorante & Wine Lounge brings bold Italian flavors to its Christmas prix fixe menu comprised of Crostata Di Pere Gorgonzola, Creamy Potato Leek Soup and Chianti Braised Beef Short Ribs. The feast ends with two decadent desserts, Vanilla Bean Panna Cotta and a Hazelnut Cheesecake.

 

kokomo’s will celebrate the season with a three-course meal of Roasted Quail, Lamb Chop & T-Bone and dessert of Eggnog Brulee or Chocolate Lava Cake. Both menus are available Friday, December 23 through Sunday, December 25.

 

MONTE CARLO
Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar will offer an Asian-inspired four-course menu including Wonton Soup, California Roll and Vegetable Spring Roll. Guests will then choose from Orange Chicken, Prime Sirloin, Walnut Shrimp or Hong Kong Chow Mein as an entrée. Dinner would not be complete without dessert; a slice of Ginger Cake provides a sweet end. Holiday menus also are available at d.vino Italian Food & Wine Bar and The Café.

 

Buffets
In addition to prix fixe menus, several special Christmas Day buffets will be available throughout the MGM Resorts properties. A plethora of options are available for guests to choose from at The Buffet at Bellagio, MGM Grand Buffet, Cravings at The Mirage, MORE The Buffet at Luxor and Roundtable Buffet at Excalibur.

 

Dragon Noodle Co. Celebrates National Soup Month

Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar celebrates January’s National Soup Month

Hot & Sour, Egg Flower Soup available for half-price for month

 

Baby, it’s cold outside. As the temperatures drop, the craving for piping hot soup on the chilly days begins to take effect. Thankfully, Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar inside Monte Carlo, is celebrating National Soup Month throughout January and helping guests satiate their craving for warmth with half-price Hot & Sour and Egg Flower soup.

Available all day, Dragon Noodle’s Hot & Sour and Egg Flower soups are two of the most popular on the menu, which also features selections such as Chicken Noodle, Won Ton and more.

“Our guests love the Hot & Sour and Egg Flower soups,” said Helen Cheung, general manager of Dragon Noodle. “We wanted to celebrate National Soup Month by offering these two popular choices to our guests at a special price for the month.”

For additional information or to make a reservation, please call: 702.730.7965.

ABOUT DRAGON NOODLE CO & SUSHI BAR: Prepare to enter palace of hunger satisfaction. Located inside Monte Carlo Resort and Casino, Dragon Noodle Co. & Sushi Bar is the place to go for traditional Hong Kong-style Chinese food, sushi and a dining experience guests are sure to remember. The restaurant instantly transports diners into another world, one where floating baby heads, dancing bok choy, leaping koi fish and other quirky interior touches are ready to greet you. Menu favorites include Hong Kong chow mein noodles with seafood, house-made dim sum, house-made BBQ pork buns—and just about everything off the sushi menu from our sushi bar. Dragon Noodle is open daily at 11 a.m. For more information, please visit: www.dragonnoodlelv.com; on Faceboook: www.facebook.com/dragonnoodlelv; and on Twitter: www.twitter.com/dragonnoodlelv; or call 702-730-7965.

ABOUT MONTE CARLO: The AAA Four Diamond Monte Carlo offers guests unpretentious luxury at affordable prices.  The resort features 2,992 deluxe rooms and suites, including the exclusive HOTEL32 located on the resort’s top floor; a lush pool area with a lazy river, wave pool and cascading waterfalls; more than 24,000 square feet of meeting and conference space, and a relaxing spa and salon.  Monte Carlo is home to the world-famous dance crew Jabbawockeez, the award-winning French cuisine of Andre’s, and an array of scintillating restaurants, bars and lounges including The Pub at Monte Carlo, BRAND Steakhouse and Diablo’s Cantina. Monte Carlo is a wholly owned subsidiary of MGM Resorts International™ (NYSE: MGM).  For more information and reservations, visitwww.montecarlo.com or call toll free at (888) 529-4828 or find us on Facebook and Twitter.