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Estiatorio Milos Opening on March 15 in Las Vegas

LAS VEGAS, NV – Estiatorio Milos is opening its Las Vegas location on March 15 and is now taking reservations, according to the restaurant’s website.

“I have great news, we’re opening on March 15,” Estiatorio Milos’ chef and owner Costas Spiliadis said by phone from Montreal, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported on March 9.

The well-known Estiatorio Milos at The Cosmopolitan in Las Vegas closed its doors on October 25, 2020 with the new Milos now set to open at The Venetian, the Review-Journal reported.

Spiliadis told the Review-Journal via email that “I am thrilled that a new era for Milos in Las Vegas begins at The Venetian.”

Spiliadis is currently in Montreal, “where he’s been waiting out the coronavirus pandemic for the past year,” the Review-Journal reported, noting that “Estiatorio Milos, which also has locations in Montreal, New York, London, and Miami, has been a staple of The Cosmopolitan’s restaurant collection since the resort opened.”

The new Milos, “designed by Alain Carle Architecte, will be on the ‘restaurant row’ that connects The Venetian and Palazzo,” the Review-Journal reported, adding that all the staff has moved to the new space.

More information is available online: https://www.estiatoriomilos.com/restaurant/las-vegas/#reservation

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