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Olio at the MGM Grand
   This town of Las Vegas is always seeing something new and Olio at the MGM Grand's Studio Walk touts that it is not just a restaurant, but another world. Eight-foot flames dance in an oversized dining room fireplace; Italian ices and desserts are literally off the wall, in a frigid pastel wall; guests can sip vintage wine from a collection of more than 9,000 bottles while sitting on a liquid leather barstool. All that along with Malossol Beluga caviar service, a private screening of the `Sopranos’ and a 100 foot long tiger wood entrance that brings guests into Olio where they can pull up a chair at the world longest 40-foot- antipasto table - relax at the lounge while surfing the menu or plug their laptop into the wall and surf the Internet. Acclaimed architectural firm, Jeffrey Beers International, created this multi-sensory playground at Olio. His previous designs include Rumjungle and China Grill in MANDALAY BAY and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Safari Lodge in Orlando, Florida. By Adele Z. Z. Zorn