LAS VEGAS — The first sign the new Eataly Las Vegas is different than the Italian food hall’s outlets in New York, Chicago and other cities?
A dancing bull mosaic etched into the floor at the casino end of the sprawling food and drink extravaganza at Park MGM hotel.
Visitors who head straight for Eataly’s bustling salami and cheese station or pizza, pasta and pastry counters might overlook it, but the move could cost them at the gambling tables.
The bull, modeled after a mosaic at a 154-year-old shopping center in Milan, Italy, is said to be a good luck charm for those who spin on it three times counterclockwise.
“Maybe you’ll win a jackpot,” an Eataly security guard said to a visitor about to take a spin on an early January morning.
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