Whether you want to cash in like the absentee chefs who've cut juicy deals there or merely build your resume by working your way through multiple high-profile restaurants conveniently situated in a centralized location, you'd better get out to Las Vegas while the getting is good. The frenzied pace of restaurant openings there is about to grind to a halt. How come? The hotel and gaming companies that drove nonstop expansion are tapped out. Their debt loads are staggering, new investment ...

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