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Caesars Palace prepares to open new restaurant this winter

Caesars Palace in Las Vegas will debut a new restaurant this winter to expand its existing dining options.

Stanton Social Prime, a spin-off of the New York eatery Stanton Social, will become the resort’s newest attraction when it opens to customers later this year.

The restaurant represents a collaboration between Chef Chris Santos, Caesars Entertainment and Tao Group Hospitality.

“We are thrilled to build on our existing relationship with Caesars Entertainment while delivering another Tao Hospitality Group dining destination from Chef Chris Santos to Las Vegas,” said Jason Strauss, Tao Group’s Co-CEO.

Stanton Social Prime will feature menu items from the original Stanton Social restaurant, which was opened by Santos in 2005 and located in New York’s Lower East Side – though closed in 2018.

His latest venture will see him join the likes of celebrity chefs Bobby Flay and Gordon Ramsay, both of whom have restaurants at Caesars Palace: Amalfi and Hell’s Kitchen respectively.

“Caesars Palace boasts incredible restaurant offerings, and we are looking forward to adding Stanton Social Prime to its culinary collection,” remarked Ralph Scamardella, Chief Culinary Officer at Tao Group Hospitality.

Sean McBurney, Regional President of Caesars Entertainment, expressed a similar sentiment and welcomed the addition to its “culinary empire at Caesars Palace.”

“Chef Chris Santos continues to redefine the dining scene with his creative cuisine and innovative dishes,” he said.

“We are eager to continue our partnership with Tao Group Hospitality and welcome Stanton Social Prime to our culinary empire at Caesars Palace.”

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