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SHe Nightclub closed, steakhouse remains open

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Eva Longoria attends SHe by Morton’s grand opening at Crystals in CityCenter on Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013.
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After being open for just over a month, it was announced today that SHe Nightclub at Crystals has closed its doors.

The steakhouse end of the venture, a partnership between Morton’s and actress Eva Longoria, will remain open, and according to the statement released today, the nightclub space upstairs will be repositioned as a special events venue.

This is the second nightlife operation to close in the CityCenter location. The space first featured Eve Nightclub, which was also owned by Longoria and closed back in July 2011. Longoria’s Beso Steakhouse, the first incarnation of the SHe restaurant space, closed in August 2012.

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