Get your tickets: Vegas Uncork’d is right around the corner

Foodies, pull out those stretchy pants. We’ve only got a few weeks before the 10th anniversary Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit. There are still some tickets left for various events April 28 – May 1.

LAS VEGAS, NV - MAY 08: Chef Daniel Boulud (C) marks the beginning of the eighth annual Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit culinary festival, featuring chefs from Aria, the Bellagio, Caesars Palace, the MGM Grand and The Venetian, with a ceremonial Mionetto Prosecco saber-off in front of The Venetian Las Vegas on May 8, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit) *** Local Caption *** Daniel Boulud

Vegas Uncork’d culinary festival features the world’s top chefs. Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images for Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit.

Don’t miss your chance to mingle with your favorite chefs and mixologists and indulge in food from culinary stars like Giada De Laurentiis, Emeril Lagasse, Daniel Boulud, Guy Savoy, Gordon Ramsay and Nobu Matsuhisa.

Here are some of the events that still have ticket availability:

Master Series: Dinner and a Show with MR CHOW, Thursday, April 28: Explore the first Las Vegas location of the renowned MR CHOW at Caesars Palace. Diners will enjoy a show with the infamous champagne trolley, the decanting of the wine, the sole filleting, the Beijing Duck, the MR CHOW noodle show and the dessert trolley.

Dine in the Dark: A Sensory Lunch at Bacchanal Buffet at Caesars Palace, Friday, April 29: Like to be surprised by your meal? This lunch is unlike anything you’ve experienced. You’ll be blindfolded then led to your gourmet multi-course lunch in a private dining room. The special tasting menu will highlight some of the Bacchanal signature dishes and feature enhanced textures, smells, and sounds to delight the senses.

Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger will host a tequila dinner at Border Grill. Photo courtesy of Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit.

Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger will host a tequila dinner at Border Grill. Photo courtesy of Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit.

Master Series: Too Hot Tamales Top Shelf Tequila Tasting Dinner, Saturday, April 30: Tequila fans will love this experience from celebrity chefs Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger at Border Grill at The Forum Shops. The Too Hot Tamales will share tequila tips, relay stories inspired by their travels throughout Mexico, and navigate guests through a four-course modern Mexican tasting menu, paired with handcrafted tequila and cocktails. Guests can also indulge in tastings of Border Grill’s limited edition Barrel Select Reposado Tequila —only available at Border Grill in Las Vegas — and unveiled for the first time at Vegas Uncork’d.

Dinner on the Strip at the Venetian, Thursday, April 28: Dine with the Strip as your backdrop while mega-chefs Emeril Lagasse, Daniel Boulud, Olivier Dubreuil, Kim Canteenwalla, and David Werly personally prepare you a multi-course dinner. This event will kick off with free-flowing wines, craft cocktails and a family-style dinner before capping off the evening with complimentary access to Tao Nightclub.

Fête du Jardin: A Vegetarian Lunch with Daniel Boulud, Friday, April 29: If you’re a vegetarian, you won’t want to miss Chef Daniel Boulud’s seasonal lunch focused on vegetables at db Brasserie in The Venetian. Guests will enjoy springtime cocktails and canapés before moving onto a four-course lunch paired with wine.

Brunch & Bubbles at the Boss’ House, Saturday, April 30: Enjoy brunch at Cake Boss Buddy V’s Ristorante at The Venetian. Hosted by Buddy Valastro’s operating partners, Las Vegas husband and wife team Chef Kim Canteenwalla and restaurateur Elizabeth Blau, of CNBC’s “Restaurant Startup,” the over-the-top brunch will feature classic brunch favorites, complemented by elaborate seafood stations, a caviar ice bar, bottomless bubbles, build-your-own Bloody Mary bar, a decadent dessert display and more.

Steakhouse Redux: Michael Mina x Golden Steer, Saturday, April 30: This event is the ultimate old school Vegas experience. Chef Michael Mina joins the chefs at the iconic Golden Steer Steakhouse to add a modern spin to the classic steakhouse experience. Hosted at Golden Steer, officially the oldest steakhouse in Las Vegas (the restaurant opened its doors in 1958), the scene will be set with live music from the Rat Pack era, paired with a decadent lunch featuring four courses.

The Ultimate Comforts & Classics Affair (Downtown Container Park), Saturday, April 30: Head off the Strip to Downtown Container Park for burgers, birds, and comfort food classics—all paired with bubbles, beers and craft cocktails. Attendees can sample the limited edition Crackle Burger and one-night-only Uncork’d Concrete from Shake Shack, ramen bowls and surf and turf from local favorites Itsy Bitsy Ramen & Whiskey and The Perch, along with dishes from Yardbird Southern Table & Bar and their new concept, Spring Chicken.

Purchase tickets at VegasUncorked.com.

 

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