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There are different ways to have a big night out in Vegas. You can go to a club, pretend to be an oligarch from a country people “probably haven’t heard of,” and order bottle service. Or, you can spend a similarly large amount of money on a long, incredible meal at Jean Georges Steakhouse. This is the type of place where you can show up in the fanciest clothing you own and still somehow feel underdressed. You probably already know to order way too much red meat, but make sure someone gets the soy-glazed short rib with apples and rosemary. It’s good enough that you’ll want to run downstairs and buy a full outfit from one of the high-end stores so you can have an excuse to come back. Just make sure you know what the return policy is for steak-stained dress clothes.

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