Me and my wife just returned from an eight day stay in Las Vegas, yes eight days! Being in our 50's, going out every night can be quite a chore. Normally we fall asleep during the 10:00 news at home, but somehow stay up to 2 or 3 every night when in Vegas (LOL). Anyways, last Saturday we had a 6:00 dinner reservation at the Eiffel Tower prior to seeing Taylor Hicks. Up the elevator we went and into a very nice, windowed restaurant. The Manahattan's at the bar prior to dinner were excellent and then off to our seats facing the Bellagio fountains. Iurie Trofim the "Captain" was our waiter and he as the staff made us feel as if we were the only ones in building. The beef wellington and duck breast were fantastic. He also recommended a bottle of Cabernet and it was one of the best I've tasted. Later, after they served us a dessert souffle, the supervisor Lyle Tolhurst stopped by and offered us the recipe (on a card) and his business card. I'm not sure why we received all of this attention, (we spent what i would call a normal amount), but as they hoped, we will be returning again. As we were eating I was thinking about the life of a restaurant employee, trying to make every encounter (must be a 50 a day) seem as if it is the most special to the people attending, day after day, year after year. So. after exchanging emails with Iurie and Lyle since we returned, its lock that we will stopping by again when I'm celebrating my BD this November.