Blame it on Le Cirque.Ever since Manhattan’s legendary temple of French dining opened a clone of itself in the Bellagio a decade ago, a steady stream of celebrity chefs and big-name dinnerhouse groups have followed its path to the jackpots awaiting in Las Vegas.Big, splashy media parties and press conferences continue to trumpet the extraordinary marriages of billionaire casino owners with hot chefs or renowned operators who plan to raise the gastronomic bar in a city where all income ...
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