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Restaurant closing after more than a decade on Las Vegas Strip

A restaurant that has been open inside a Las Vegas Strip resort for more than a decade announced that it will close its doors this summer.

Known for its over-the-top burgers and milkshakes, Holsteins, which opened its doors inside The Cosmopolitan in 2010, will close on July 9.

In a statement, Stacia Stephens, president of Gen3 Hospitality, the company behind Holsteins, said that details on an “exciting new concept” will be announced in the coming months.

A WARN notice filed with the Nevada Department of Employment, Training & Rehabilitation states that 94 employees would be affected by the closure. The company said all current Holsteins team members will be encouraged to re-apply at the new spot.

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