MGM Grand likened it to winning the gastronomic lottery when they finally lured Joël Robuchon to Las Vegas after a 10-year pursuit. The Michelin-starred maestro came out of retirement and created two namesake spots at the property and presented an event in eating, if not the meal of a lifetime. His signature Joël Robuchon brings a daily degustation of up to 16 courses, each on its own personality of dinnerware and in a Belle Epoque room elegant enough to please a modern day Bonaparte. You’ll find lots of white truffles and foie gras here and each dish is packed with such fussy Parisian perfection that makes it almost a crime to consume. Adjacent L’Atelier de Robuchon offers a taste of Robuchon for the rest of us. Relatively affordable three-course prix fixe menus and a la carte dishes sizzle and bake in an exhibition kitchen behind the dining counter for a meal and a show. Whichever restaurant you choose, you will be dining at one of the top Las Vegas restaurants.