We all knew the ending to the riveting Culinary negotiation drama

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In the end, most people have to be happy for the thousands of Culinary workers who are on the verge of getting a new deal and give credit to union leaders who were able to use the pending Formula One Las Vegas Grand Prix as leverage in forcing the deals to get done.


But for the Strip’s big companies, the process appears to be over and Culinary will focus on securing deals with other Las Vegas companies such as Hard Rock International’s Mirage, Phil Ruffin’s Treasure Island and Circus Circus, Virgin Hotels Las Vegas and all the downtown Las Vegas properties. Culinary already has a deal in place with Fontainebleau, which opens its doors in December.


Now that the biggest deals are done — or at least mostly done — life can go back to normal and Culinary can get back to harassing Station Casinos with which the union has been battling for years.

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