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Joel Robuchon retired in 1996, wanting to exit at the top of his game. Now, more than 10 years later, he's back, and we're certainly glad. In 2004 he inked a deal with Gamal Aziz, the president of MGM Grand, to open two restaurants, including the more formal Joel Robuchon and the more casual L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon. While these were his first two ventures in the United States, a third followed at New York's Four Seasons Hotel in summer 2006. Joel Robuchon, the restaurant, was designed by Pierre-Yves Rochon, who counts the Four Seasons George V in Paris and St. James Hotel in London among his many works. Rochon designed Joel Robuchon in the theme of a 1930s Parisian townhouse; every detail has been attended to and you will feel transported in both time and place the minute you walk through the doors.

One enters Joel Robuchon through a curvilinear glass doorway that's framed with dark wood and surrounded by an arched white entry. Emblazoned in gold lettering above the doorway is the name Joel Robuchon. The restaurant itself is located in the corner of the casino, near the Cirque du Soleil theater, where Ka is currently staged, and next door to Robuchon's more casual eatery, L'Atelier de Joel Robuchon. Upon entry you'll immediately notice the dramatic, highly polished black and white flooring, as well as two striking chandeliers. One of those chandeliers is in the entryway and the other is farther back in the main dining room Finally, there are French chests on the sides of the entryway and the large arch that leads into the main dining room.

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