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The Lucky Dragon wants you to name its restaurant

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Sunlight illumnates the signature red glass windows of the hotel suites during an under-construction media tour of the Lucky Dragon Hotel and Casino, 300 W. Sahara Ave., in Las Vegas, July 7, 2016.
Photo: Special to the Sun/Mona Shield Payne

The Lucky Dragon Hotel & Casino needs help naming one of its restaurants. The new Asian-themed resort on Sahara Avenue just off the Strip is asking the public for English and Chinese name suggestions for its night market restaurant, and the person with the winning name will receive a weekend stay package.

The unnamed restaurant is inspired by street food vendor fairs common in Asia like the famous Ghost Street in Beijing. It will aim to offer the best of Chinese and Taiwanese street food, including seafood, dim sum, barbecue and boba tea.

Suggestions can be submitted by tagging @luckydragonlv on any of the resort's social media accounts and using the hashtag #NameOurNightMarket. Ideas can also be submitted at luckydragonlv.com or by emailing to [email protected] Entries will be accepted through August 15 and a winner will be announced August 22.

The Lucky Dragon is scheduled for a late 2016 opening.

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