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It has converted, from a sushi-filled nightspot into a take on the original Blue Ribbon Brasserie from SoHo.

The latest Blue Ribbon might be the Strip’s best new restaurant

October 19th, 2017

It has converted, from a sushi-filled nightspot into a take on the original Blue Ribbon Brasserie from SoHo.

  • Hey look, a massive oxtail bone in my hot bowl of pork tonkotsu.

  • The Ninth Island French toast marries Hawaiian sweet bread with guava cream cheese and coconut syrup.

  • The innovative chef talks about relocating Spago from the Forum Shops at Caesars to Bellagio in early 2018.

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  • They’re doing what they always do: take care of people.

  • The legendary restaurant's operators plan to reopen the original location, too.

  • The Fremont Street location at the Market remains open seven days a week.

  • Four words: Chicken fried duck confit.

  • Elysian’s special offerings include the Night Owl ale, made with seven pounds of pumpkin per barrel.

  • Patty tries to talk me into one of her cinnamon rolls. I regret not taking her advice on that one.

  • The braised pork belly—with seasonal mushrooms, spicy mustard greens, wild sticky rice and a decadent cherry sauce—might be the menu’s brightest star.

  • If you like the Echo & Rig, you’ll probably love Hamptons, an ideal brunch-lunch-dinner spot

  • The banh mi cheesesteak, which proves that yes, you can elevate both sandwiches as one.

  • Don’t skip the Octopus Salteado, tender seafood drenched in a tongue-tingling romesco-lime sauce.

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