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The Biggest Restaurants in Las Vegas; A Second Border Grill

Plus, updates on two resorts coming to Las Vegas and white truffle mania.

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This here is Sin City Wrap, a weekly recap of notable Las Vegas goings on from Eater Vegas.

THE STRIP — Ever wondered which restaurants in Las Vegas are the biggest? Now there’s a list that will tell you that. Here, the 20 biggest restaurants in Las Vegas based on sales.

FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARS — Border Grill gets set to open its second Vegas location this weekend. Get a first look at the indoor patio, ceviche bar and more.

LAS VEGAS — Stay on top of all the big openings coming to Las Vegas this fall through our handy compendium of information, all collected here. Get the latest on the big openings including Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill and the smaller ones such as Bocho.

LAS VEGAS PREMIUM OUTLETS NORTH — The outlet mall is working hard to finish its 150,000-square-foot expansion, due to open next spring. Now word is out that new additions include 34 new stores anchored by Neiman Marcus Last Call and a two-story Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, and a Cheesecake Factory.

PARIS LAS VEGAS — Steve Martorano’s second Las Vegas location and his first on the Strip debuted at Paris Las Vegas earlier this month. This is meant to be a party place, transforming into Martorano’s Supperclub when the clock strikes 9 p.m. Oh, and there are meatballs, a favorite of comedian FFrank Caliendo.

LUCKY DRAGON — Not familiar with the name? Lucky Dragon is a proposed $373 million casino that could open in 2017 on Sahara Avenue. Proposed dining will feature "high-end Dim Sum," "noodle bars" and "fine dining - northern and southern Chinese food." Get the deets here.

RESORTS WORLD — Speaking of new casinos, the latest update on Resorts World, allegedly opening in 2017 has 30 restaurants and bars are ultimately promised. Whoa.

WHITE TRUFFLES — Alba white truffle season is in full effect all over Las Vegas. Some places such as Le Cirque, B&B Ristorante and Restaurant Guy Savoy have full menus dedicated to the swanky fungi. Find out where to nab these beauties while they’re still in season.

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