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MEET Las Vegas, Tiger in Beverly Hills, Gateway Canyons in Colorado

MEET Las Vegas, Tiger in Beverly Hills, Gateway Canyons in Colorado

MEET Debuts in Las Vegas
MEET Las Vegas, which opened in Las Vegas last week, is a 30,000-square-foot, three-story venue and outdoor pavilion offering capacities for up to 2,000 guests. The two lower floors offer a "blank canvas," management says, with fixed rigging and technology infrastructure. The third floor is an executive concierge lounge and state-of-the-art multimedia training center for corporate training and VIP events. The venue is designed for events and exhibitions, management says.

Tiger Opens in Beverly Hills
The new restaurant Tiger in Beverly Hills, Calif., features a muted color palette including distressed oak planks, stone floors and banquettes covered in Japanese-inspired fabrics. The menu is "post-Asian," management says, including sushi, sashimi, tempura, house-smoked salmon and foods grilled in the restaurant's 1,800-degree Fahrenheit robata grill. Featured cocktails include the Shiso Lavender Mojito and the White Lotus, made with sake, lychee, crème de coconut and passion fruit. The 100-seat restaurant includes an outdoor patio.

New Event Venues Featured at Gateway Canyons
The Gateway Canyons retreat in Gateway, Colo., has opened two new venues on its property: the Palisade Event Center and the Mission Bell Amphitheater. The Palisade Event Center (see photo) offers nearly 12,000 square feet of interior and exterior meeting space. This includes a Grand hall with the Sunset Atrium for up to 300 guests, the Old Sage Boardroom, a 56-seat HD theater, the Storyteller Library and the Paint Horse art studio. Adjacent to the Palisade Event Center is the amphitheater, which holds up to 300 guests for plays, lectures, concerts and special ceremonies. The property offers 54 guest rooms, state-of-the-art meeting facilities and full amenities, management says.

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