The drunken debauchery of New Orleans and Rio just before the start of Lent cannot match the destruction created by a theme park filled with children jacked up on sugar and character appearances. Be careful what you wish for, advocates of "family friendly" entertainment! ;^)
I think I like the idea even less now.
Actually, Jeff, what bothers me more about that sentence than the missing comma is seeing "food truck" and "hotdog" in the same clause as "gourmet". Food trucks and hotdogs are a natural pairing, but gourmet? That's like looking for the "haute couture" department in WalMart.
You might think that "Sin City" and casino gambling are a match made in... er, somewhere, but due to the greed, corruption, and incompetence of the New Orleans and Louisiana politicians, the gaming industry went largely to the Mississippi Gulf Coast where it has spawned an economic revival of a moribund local economy.
The politicians in New Orleans and Baton Rouge have gotten so lousy in the past few decades, they're not worth even bribing anymore. At least they keep the US Attorney's office in business. :^/