Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit celebrates its 10th anniversary with a Las Vegas spectacular—Dinner on the Strip with seating for hundreds of guests. All will enjoy a family-style, multi-course feast, paired with wines and spirits, under the bright lights and against the iconic backdrop of Las Vegas Boulevard and the city skyline at The Venetian’s Doge’s Palace piazza. Prepared by Emeril Lagasse and Daniel Boulud, additional chefs participating in the event include Kim Canteenwalla and Olivier Dubreuil from The Venetian, and Mandarin Oriental Executive Chef David Werly.
The event features a vegetarian lunch with Boulud inside the culinary superstar’s namesake db Brasserie at The Venetian. The four-course lunch will feature French cuisine and delicious wines.
“As we look back on a decade of food and beverage evolution in Las Vegas, it was apparent to us the best place to celebrate the destination’s culinary scene is along the world famous Las Vegas Boulevard,” says Cathy Tull, senior vice president of marketing for the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority. “Led by culinary great, Emeril Lagasse, The Venetian Las Vegas’ gorgeous piazza is the perfect location for Dinner on the Strip.”
Chase Sapphire Preferred, a presenting sponsor of Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit for the fourth consecutive year, will provide card members with exclusive access to this once-in-a-lifetime dining experience. Chase Sapphire card members will enjoy a private cocktail hour at Chef Emeril Lagasse’s Stadium restaurant, complete with cocktails and light bites specially curated by Stadium and Bon Appétit, and preferred seating at The Venetian’s picturesque Doge’s Palace piazza.
“Every year we strive to create experiences that illustrate the culinary caliber, personalities and excitement that make Las Vegas a world-class dining destination,” adds Adam Rapoport, Bon Appétit editor in chief. “We couldn’t be more delighted to invite our guests to join us at an event that simply can’t be replicated anywhere else in the world.”
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