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Wynn teams up with h.wood Group to bring Delilah to the Strip

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John Terzian and Brian Toll of the h.wood Group.
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The space at Wynn Las Vegas where storied French fine-dining destination Alex once garnered two Michelin stars has been operated as a multipurpose event space dubbed the Chairman’s Salon since 2011. Next spring, it will come back to life.

Famed West Hollywood supper club Delilah, a hangout for the likes of Kendall Jenner and Drake, will open there in 2020 thanks to an exclusive partnership between Wynn and the Los Angeles-based h.wood Group, led by nightlife luminaries John Terzian and Brian Toll.

Today’s statement from the h.wood Group: “We have always been attracted to the magical vibe of Las Vegas [and] expanding our brand to the Wynn is a perfect fit. They have been consistent leaders and innovators of the Vegas experience and the h.wood Group is proud to be part of their legacy.”

The 1920s-influenced, high-energy dynamic at Delilah is expected to inject new energy into that area of the luxury Las Vegas resort and align nicely with the other dining and nightlife options sprinkled around Wynn and Encore.

“Wynn strives to bring its guests unique and notable experiences. This partnership with the h.wood Group represents our commitment to that core idea,” says Alex Cordova, Wynn Nightlife Managing Partner. “We are at the forefront of luxury and innovation, and this relationship will only further cement that standard.”

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