In what some are calling the beginning of the end of the reign of celebrity chefs in Las Vegas, both David Burke and Charlie Trotter have stepped away from the restaurants that bear their names. And late last year, famed chef Daniel Boulud said he would be closing his Daniel Boulud Brasserie at the Wynn Las Vegas Resort and Country Club when the lease is up in April. Elsewhere on this city’s glittering Strip, however, chefs like Rick Moonen of rm seafood at ...
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