LAS VEGAS —With tourism slumping and unemployment at record highs, Las Vegas restaurateurs are pinning both hopes and fears on the scheduled opening in December of the massive $8.5 billion development called CityCenter and its star-studded lineup of new dining venues. A 67-acre project located between the Bellagio and the Monte Carlo hotels on the glittering Strip, CityCenter—with its four hotels, two 37-story condominium towers, a ...
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