One observer described the Las Vegas market as a combination of food stamps and millionaires. Discounters are popular, making the city competitive for food shopping. There are plenty of food stores, especially those serving Asian and Hispanic shoppers. The big conventional chains — Smith's, Vons, Albertsons — all do business here. The observer pointed out that Las Vegas lacks really upscale small specialty operators. This may be because fine dining by restaurants in the big hotels steals ...

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