Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria team up
August 11, 2008
Victoria Beckham and Eva Longoria are reportedly set to go into business together.
LAS VEGAS, NV (RUSHPRNEWS)AUGUST 9, 2008
The 'Desperate Housewives' actress and former Spice Girls star are planning to team up to open a unique nightspot in Las Vegas.
The venue will include a restaurant, Beso II - the second eatery in Eva's Beso franchise - and a casino.
The pair's decision to turn half the business into a casino is said to be due to their interest in dominoes, after Hollywood couple Ashton Kutcher and Demi Moore introduced them to the game.
A source told Britain's Daily Star newspaper: "Eva and Victoria are obsessed with the game and spend most of their evenings going out for a civilised meal and then getting stuck into a meaty tournament. But they realised there are no venues which provide dinner and focus on this new Hollywood craze.
"So when Eva said she was opening a new branch of Beso in the gambling capital of the world, Victoria had the brainwave of turning it into a place which specialises in food and their favourite game. Eva will oversee the restaurant, while Victoria channels her energies into the casino."
Other games reportedly set to be offered in the casino include Mah Jong, Chicken foot and Cut-Throat.
Beso II will serve food by celebrity chef Todd English and specialise in the same Latin infusion made famous by the original restaurant.
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