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The native of Brittany just departed Aureole at Mandalay Bay to take the helm at Daniel Boulud's restaurant at the Venetian.

DB Brasserie chef Vincent Pouessel talks brunch and working with legends

September 2nd, 2015

The native of Brittany just departed Aureole at Mandalay Bay to take the helm at Daniel Boulud's restaurant at the Venetian.

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