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Chef Bryce Shuman OUT at Primrose

Only bar and lounge service for the next four weeks

Bryce Shuman
Bryce Shuman
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Less than two months after its official launch, Primrose at the Monte Carlo has lost its chef, who earned a Michelin star at Betony in New York City.

Bryce Shuman developed the elevated, “French-ish” and “#provencalAF” spin on a three-meal resort restaurant with the Sydell Group. A spokesperson confirmed Shuman has returned to New York and is no longer based out of Las Vegas.

Primrose is also dramatically cutting back its opening hours over the next few weeks. From now until Dec. 22, the all-day café is only offering daily bar and lounge service, beginning at 3 p.m. There are currently two final chances to experience a full dinner service this month, on Nov. 24 and 25 and reservations must be made in advance.

Future hours, a new executive chef, and possible menu changes have all yet to be announced. Inside the Monte Carlo, the remaining dining option is recent arrival Bavette's Steakhouse & Bar, open nightly at 5 p.m. For lunch, late night or alternative dinner choices, guests and visitors are being advised to head over to Aria, New York-New York and the Bellagio.

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