ENTERTAINMENT: Rockers Meet Rollers

Rockers Meet Rollers

The worlds of high risk and heavy metal are coming together. Peter Morton, trend-sensitive co-founder of the Hard Rock Cafe chain, plans to open a Hard Rock hotel-casino in Las Vegas by late 1992. The 326-room property would be the resort's first casino to target patrons more versed in Ben E. King than Benny Goodman. Morton's chain of 11 Hard Rock restaurants, which serve down- home food and vintage rock, has grown to annual revenues of nearly $100 million. Morton's latest smash hit: a Hard Rock restaurant in Las Vegas, an instant landmark thanks to the 82-ft. electric guitar on its...

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