The Palazzo’s remodel of the casino floor claimed its first victim. Emeril Lagasse’s Table 10 plans to close when the clock strikes midnight on New Year’s eve. The restaurant opted not to resign a lease at the Grand Canal Shoppes.
Lagasse opened the restaurant, one of his four in Las Vegas, in 2007 when the resort opened. He named it for the restaurant for the table where he did most of his business when he was planning his first restaurant in New Orleans.
“Over the past 10 years, we've had an incredible experience here and I'm proud of our amazing staff for their hard work and what we have accomplished. We are deeply appreciative to all of our guests for the support and opportunity to serve you,” Lagasse says in a press statement.
The Palazzo removed the pair of escalators that led customers from the casino floor to the Grand Canal Shoppes earlier this year.
Lagasse also has Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian, Lagasse’s Stadium at the Palazzo, and Emeril’s New Orleans Fish House, his oldest restaurant in Las Vegas, at the MGM Grand.
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