Reality TV star beauty Megan Hauserman from the hugely popular VH1’s “Megan Wants a Millionaire,” as well as “I Love Money,” “Charm School” and “Rock of Love,” and winner of “Beauty and the Geek,” will kick off Labor Day weekend in Las Vegas on Friday evening, September 4 at Playground, Las Vegas’ first multiple entertainment and nightlife venue. The blonde bombshell will be accompanied by her best friend and reality TV co-star from “Megan Wants a Millionaire,” Cecille Gahr.
Playground is a multiple room entertainment facility that includes Crazy Horse III (gentlemen’s club), the Rock Room (live music), Sushi All Night (fresh sushi by Sushi Avenue), Harem Hookah (hookah lounge) and Obsession (nightclub playing hip hop, house and mashups). The 40,000+ square-foot venue is located minutes away from the Las Vegas Strip two blocks west of I-15 at 3525 W. Russell Rd.
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Mandarin Oriental, prominently situated at the entrance of CityCenter in Las Vegas, will introduce the award-winning cuisine of three-star Michelin Chef Pierre Gagnaire at the luxury hotel’s signature restaurant, Twist by Pierre Gagnaire.
Opening in December 2009, Twist will be Gagnaire’s first restaurant in the United States. The innovative menu will infuse the simplicity of classic French cuisine with a modern spin, relying on a pairing of flavors and textures for which Gagnaire is known.
In a distinguished career that spans more than 35 years, Gagnaire has gained the highest acclaim for his restaurants in Paris, London, Tokyo, Seoul, Dubai and his namesake restaurant, “Pierre” at Mandarin Oriental, Hong Kong.
Gagnaire is well-known for being at the forefront of the fusion movement. Beginning his career in St. Etienne, Gaganaire won three Michelin Stars and tore at the conventions of classic French cooking by introducing radical juxtapositions of tastes and textures. His influence on cooking has been recognized worldwide.
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