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How To Spend NYE When Money (Or Your Credit Limit) Is No Object

December 8, 2010 at 4:13 PM | by | Comments (0)

If all you want for Christmas is an over-the-top NYE, here's how to do it.

We've told you how to spend New Year's Eve in Vegas for a $100 bucks or less so it's only fair to tell you how to spend, spend, spend as well.

Of course, it's no surprise that the most luxe Vegas hotels are where you'll find the most extravagant NYE packages. And, it seems like Wynn and Encore hold the (unofficial) title for having the most packages with the biggest price tags.

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Food Critics Dish on Sage and TWIST at CityCenter

Where: 3730 Las Vegas Blvd. [map], 89109
February 16, 2010 at 8:09 PM | by | Comments (0)

Every week, we get our cyber foodie news from around the world fix via Esquire columnist,John Mariani’s Newsletter, Virtual Gourmet. Mariani is also the author of The Encyclopedia of American Food & Drink and The Dictionary of Italian Food and Drink.

We were especially tickled this Valentine’s Day to find Las Vegas food critic, John A. Curtas weighing in on two of our top new "wish list" restaurants at CityCenter, TWIST by Pierre Gagnaire at Mandarin Oriental and Sage at ARIA Hotel & Casino. We paraded through the former on a recent media trip, and partook in an absinthe tasting at the latter, but have yet to dine at either. Soon, our pretties, very soon. You can read a teaser of John’s reviews here, or click here for the real, mouth-watering deal.

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All Hail Gagnaire at Mandarin Oriental

Where: 4882 Frank Sinatra Drive [map], 89109
December 2, 2009 at 2:39 PM | by | Comments (0)

And finally, some non-Vdara CityCenter news....

Twist, you know, Pierre Gagnaire’s $7 million dollar restaurant at Mandarin Oriental inside CityCenter, got one heckuva write-up last week in the New York Times.

All eyes are on the Michelin-starred chef, who owns six other restaurants around the world, as he joins the Vegas ranks of culinary royalty with other French chefs, Alain Ducasse, Guy Savoy and Joël Robuchon. The former grande dame of Gourmet magazine, Ruth Reichel hailed Gagnaire a “wizard” more than a decade ago, so he should fit in with Vegas' colorful cast of characters just fine.

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