Even if you have no idea what kind of food Aureole serves, you definitely know about its wine tower. The four-story, gleaming glass and steel structure in the middle of the main dining room not only houses one of the best wine collections in the city, but also has an added bonus of stunning “Wine Angels” who gracefully rappel up and down the wine racks on wires to secure your bottle of wine from the 50,000 available. They’ve ditched their black Mission Impossible-style catsuits in favor of sparkly, red and muted-orange numbers, but don’t worry, they’re just as form fitting as the previous uniforms. After witnessing this very Vegas spectacle, you get to enjoy one of the city’s great fine dining experiences. The seasonal menu focuses on American, responsibly sourced ingredients treated with the most delicate of touches. Mainstays such as a rib eye of filet mignon can be had everywhere else on the Strip, so I'd rather opt for more interesting bites like lamb osso buco and short rib ravioli.  The best seats in the house are by the Swan Court, where you can observe the resident paired swans through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Though Chef Charlie Palmer only stops in every once in a while, his kitchen is as exacting as it would be if Palmer were running service himself.