‘Wolf of Vegas’ Gets Anthony Bourdain Into Caesars Palace Suite

By Jordan Chariton 

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Leonardo DiCaprio might have created buzz as the “Wolf of Wall Street,” but CNN’s Wolf Blitzer apparently carries some street cred as the wolf of Las Vegas.

On this weekend’s “Anthony Bourdain: Part Unknown,” Bourdain reveals how name-dropping Blitzer got him into a luxurious suite in Las Vegas’ Caesars Palace.

“I told the casino that Wolf Blitzer was coming,” Bourdain said, adding that the hotel gave him the suite under the assumption that the CNN anchor was coming. “And I plan to live large until they figure out Wolf ain’t coming,” Bourdain said.

“The wolf of Vegas,” Blitzer said this afternoon in response. “I’m going…looks nice.”