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Las Vegas has become one of the top food cities in the country and now boasts more master sommeliers than any other city in America. And you’ll be hard-pressed to find a restaurant in Las Vegas that doesn’t have a celebrity chef on its roster.
Some of the famous chefs who have opened restaurants in Vegas include Joël Robuchon and Tom Colicchio at MGM Grand, Kerry Simon at the Palms and Luxor, Alain Ducasse at the Hotel at Mandalay Bay, Thomas Keller at the Venetian, Michael Mina at the Bellagio, Daniel Boulud at Wynn, Charlie Palmer at the Four Seasons and Mandalay Bay, and Wolfgang Puck, who has restaurants at Caesars, Mandalay Bay, MGM Grand, the Venetian and, most recently, the Palazzo (Emeril Lagasse also has restaurants at the latter three). The new CityCenter corrals nearly 30 more restaurants into the already packed dining scene, backed by heavy hitters such as Pierre Gagnaire, Julian Serrano and Sirio Maccioni. Whatever the cuisine, atmosphere or price point, you’ll find what you’re craving for in Las Vegas.