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Renoir at the Mirage is closed. Anyone know why?


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We just got back from Vegas and stayed at the Mirage. The Mirage recently opened Onda (Italian) and closed Renoir because it was not doing as well as the other restaurants.

Marlene

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Actually, Renoir closed because the chef chose not to renew his contract. He's going over to Wynn to open a new place. The exec chef at Le Cirque in Bellagio has also handed in his resignation to go work at Wynn, though Le Cirque will remain open.

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Actually, Renoir closed because the chef chose not to renew his contract. He's going over to Wynn to open a new place. The exec chef at Le Cirque in Bellagio has also handed in his resignation to go work at Wynn, though Le Cirque will remain open.

Sigh. How much of my money will Wynn get when he opens this place? C'mon Powerball!

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Actually, Renoir closed because the chef chose not to renew his contract. He's going over to Wynn to open a new place. The exec chef at Le Cirque in Bellagio has also handed in his resignation to go work at Wynn, though Le Cirque will remain open.

***Everyone seems to like a Wynn-er :biggrin:

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Actually, Renoir closed because the chef chose not to renew his contract. He's going over to Wynn to open a new place. The exec chef at Le Cirque in Bellagio has also handed in his resignation to go work at Wynn, though Le Cirque will remain open.

Yes, that's true Neil, but the Mirage could have kept Renoir open even after their chef left. We were told that they felt it wasn't worth bringing in another chef to try to revive the restaurant.

Marlene

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Mostly, I want people to be as happy eating my food as I am cooking it.

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