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The Plans for Alon, Taking Over the New Frontier Site

Plus New York's 1 OAK may lose its liquor license, Gordon Ramsay's retirement plans and more.


THE STRIP — Alon, the resort going onto the former New Frontier site on the Strip next to Fashion Show, filed paperwork with the city for an 1,100-room, two tower resort. A theater, nightclub, ballroom and pool are part of the plans, but no word on restaurants, according to Vegas Inc.

NEW YORK CITY — Nightclub 1 OAKs sister club in New York City may lose its liquor license. "Administrative Law Judge Mary Ann D’Alto found numerous incidents in which security did not control rowdy patrons or 1Oak flouted the law. In two cases that could have turned the bar into a deathtrap, one exit was locked and another obstructed by metal barriers," the New York Post writes.

VIRGIN ISLANDS — If Gordon Ramsay had his druthers, he would retire in the Virgin Islands, open a 40-seat restaurant and only open the doors one day a week. "Can you imagine how f–king busy it would be?" he asks Forbes.

LAS VEGAS — Learn what it takes to be a competitive eater and where to take some food challenges right here in Las Vegas.