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DJ Tiësto dines at Crush in Las Vegas

DJ Tiësto poses backstage for Dance (Red), Saves Lives during Stereosonic 2012 in Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 1, 2012.
DJ Tiësto poses backstage for Dance (Red), Saves Lives during Stereosonic 2012 in Melbourne, Australia, Dec. 1, 2012.
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On Sunday, January 5, DJ Tiësto, one of the highest-paid DJs in the universe, stopped by Crush inside the MGM Grand, the latest Las Vegas restaurant from Michael and Jenna Morton, for dinner with friends.

DJ Tiesto at the Absolut Elyx launch in New York, May 13, 2013.
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Tiësto, who has a residency at Hakkasan also inside the MGM Grand, and his large group of buds enjoyed the arugula and kale salads, ricotta gnocchi, sea scallops Benny, shrimp risotto, margherita, Nana D’s meatball and date and artichoke pizzas, veal Bolognese, cavatelli pasta, lamb sirloin and the 8-ounce filet mignon.

Last August, Forbes magazine placed Tiësto at number two on their list of Electronic Cash Kings.

“The Dutch DJ earned $32 million over the past 12 months, good enough for second place on this year’s Electronic Cash Kings list,” stated Forbes. The business magazine bases their list on “income from live shows, endorsements, merchandise sales, recorded music sales and external business ventures.”

The 7,000-square-foot Crush serves a cosmopolitan share-plate style menu with large and small dishes prepared by executive chef Billy DeMarco.

Check out the slideshow of DJ Tiësto out and about.