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In the Dining Business, the Plaza Plays Smart

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In the Dining Business, the Plaza Plays Smart

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Food has always been an integral part of the attraction to gambling. As far back as the 18th century, the posh but illegal clubs on London’s St. James’ Street dueled over who had the finest French chefs; well-connected Brits spent their evenings and their gambling budgets accordingly. Las Vegas casinos catered to players’ appetites from the start. Whether it was the heaping plate of cold cuts at the El Rancho Vegas’ Chuck Wagon Buffet or the broiled prime filet mignon at the Desert Inn’s Painted Desert Room, dining has been a hotly contested arena.

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