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The Future of Twist by Pierre Gagnaire Remains a Mystery

Waldorf-Astoria plans a $50 million renovation of the future former Mandarin Oriental

Massive Las Vegas CityCenter Resort Complex Nears Completion
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MANDARIN ORIENTAL — That changeover from the Mandarin Oriental brand to the Waldorf-Astoria comes with a $50 million renovation this summer, and The Los Angeles Times reports those changes will come “gradually” so guests are not disturbed. MGM Resorts announced the sale to an undisclosed buyer back in April, and then Hilton, which owns Waldorf-Astoria, claimed ownership of the resort. Of note, the Times asked about the fate of Twist by Pierre Gagnaire, the French chef’s only restaurant in the United States, and the Tea Lounge on the 23rd floor. “A publicist for Waldorf-Astoria said only that those public spaces would be used for ‘innovative dining concepts.’” Mandarin Oriental opened on the Strip in November 2009 as a part of CityCenter. [LAT]

ALPHARETTA, GEORGIAJinya Ramen Bar, which has a location in Las Vegas, opens The Shade Garden in October/November at the Alpharetta City Center. [What Now Atlanta]

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Mandarin Tea Lounge

3752 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, NV 89158 702-590-8888

Jinya Ramen Bar

4860 W. Flamingo Rd., Vegas, NV 89103 (702) 868-8877

Twist by Pierre Gagnaire

3752 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89158 (702) 590-8888 Visit Website

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