Why the name N9NE (or Nine, as it's pronounced)? That's the age at which the owners (including star chef-partner Michael Kornick) met. Also behind the glitzy venture are Michael Morton and Scott DeGraff, co-owners of N9NE Las Vegas. On the menu: Maine salmon, prime-aged steaks and plenty of shellfish.The slick upstairs ghostbar, which carries a wicked futuristic theme, is a retreat for pre- and post-dinner patrons. Guests can order appetizers and cocktails, including the Ghostini (which comes with a Casper-like swizzle stick).