When Wolfgang Puck opened a branch of his Los Angeles fine-dining flagship Spago at the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace in 1992, he was the first celebrity chef/ restaurateur to help catapult the Las Vegas dining scene into national prominence. And he made a bundle of money in the process. But at the time, the idea of transplanting a California-centric concept like Spago to the desert gambling mecca of Las Vegas seemed delusional. But in retrospect, it was genius. Next week, Puck and his ...
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