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John Curtas
John Curtas
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John Curtas is on a roll, taking a swing at not only what he calls the, "moribund state of the Vegas dining scene" but Vegas Seven's Restaurant Awards. "The real reason for these award issues is not to impart real, usable information; they exist to make the writers and editors feel powerful (no matter what nonsense they're spouting), and to fluff up the egos of the recipients." As for the crop of new restaurants: "Just like television, we have become a copycat medium, and instead of exploiting our position as the world leader in concentrated, great dining options, our hotels are content to milk the old cows for all they're worth, and regress into the know-nothing populism of glorified diner food." Discuss. [Eating LV]