Las Vegas-Mystere Invites Bold Dining on the Vegas Strip
Spend a night in Vegas with the essential Cirque du Soleil show, “Mystere.” After, dine at Pierre Gagnaire’s Twist restaurant to complement the evening. Fly higher than the show’s aerial high bars on the 23rd floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel and experience the Michelin-star rated top chef’s bold experimentations in modern French cuisine.
“Mystere,” at Treasure Island, embodies the classically daring Cirque experience, incorporating hand-to-hand acrobatics, Chinese poles, aerial high bar and bungee to create what Time Magazine called a “dream of a cathedral to the goddesses of Earth and rebirth” and tribute to ancient Greek mythology. Of course, Cirque brings human history to the present with their signature innovations
To set the mood for this eclectic representation of Cirque’s most famous talents, Pierre Gagnaire’s Twist is the perfect French restaurant to complete your evening. The chef’s shocking combinations of beef sirloin with escargot sauce and a side of tomato fig tart delight foodies and are reminiscent of the spectacular sights on the Mystere stage.
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