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  1. Casino Boogie
    From ‘Cute’ to ‘Delicious’: Now Steve Wynn Is GamblingSeems like every plan put forth is a crap shoot.
  2. Casinos
    He’s Like the WynndThe Vegas mogul shocks just about everyone by terminating the Foxwoods deal
  3. Casinos
    Cutest Casino RenderingSteve Wynn shows off his South Philly plans
  4. Casinos
    Cutest Casino NewsThe latest on the Foxwoods situation
  5. Casinos
    An Early Look at the Cutest Little CasinoIs this what a Wynn casino might look like in South Philly?
  6. Casinos
    At A LossBensalem’s casino is a moneymaker, but far from sexy
  7. Casinos
    Cutest Casino UpdateThe nutshell version of Steve Wynn’s showdown with the Gaming Board
  8. Casinos
    Steve Wynn Planning ‘Cutest Little Casino’ for South PhillySteve Wynn is leaving the swank in Vegas
  9. Casinos
    South Philly: Say Hello to a Steve Wynn CasinoThe Vegas entrepreneur is heading to Delaware Ave.
  10. Casinos
    Is Steve Wynn the Solution to the South Philly Foxwoods Problem?A Bellagio by the Delaware?
  11. Openings
    Foxwoods to Get a Craftsteak, Too Just a few weeks after David Burke announced plans to open three restaurants in the new MGM Grand at Foxwoods, Craftsteak has planted its own flag. And chef Tom Colicchio predicts a bright future for the new casino. “What’s going on at the MGM at Foxwoods isn’t just a Craftsteak,” he said. “It’s a community of chefs; it reminds me of what was going on at the MGM in Vegas when I first got there. We’re going to put Foxwoods on the culinary map.” The MGM in Las Vegas helped create the current haute cuisine paradise that Sin City has become, but the Craftsteak planned for Foxwoods will be very much in the spirit of the New York original: high-end food with concomitant prices and little in the way of frippery. A chef has not been announced, but current Craftsteak sachem Shane McBride will likely oversee the opening, Colicchio says. Earlier: Why Have One David Burke Restaurant When You Can Have Three?
  12. NewsFeed
    Why Have One David Burke Restaurant When You Can Have Three? At the Foxwoods Food and Wine Festival this weekend, we learned that David Burke (one of the event’s headline chefs) is in talks to do not one, not two, but three restaurants for the planned MGM Grand casino. The mulleted superchef, known for his showbizzy creativity, is far along in negotiations to do a David Burke Prime steakhouse, similar in spirit to his place in Chicago; a Burke in a Box fast-food place, twin to the one at Bloomingdale’s; and an as-yet-unnamed seafood restaurant, which is the most intriguing of the three. (Despite being a member of the Refined Meathead Hall of Fame, Burke’s most famous creations are his angry lobster and his pastrami salmon.)