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articlevuOne of the country’s top food, wine andspirits festivals, Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appétit returned to The Strip on April 27-30th with one-of-a-kind experiences and world-class lineups of renowned celebrity chefs, master sommeliers and cutting-edge mixologists from Caesars Palace, The Cromwell, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, MGM Resorts International, The Venetian and The Palazzo Las Vegas. Presented by sponsor Chase Sapphire®, the 11th annual epicurean event continued its tradition of bringing the world’s most iconic chefs together including Alain Ducasse, Bobby Flay, Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro, Charlie Palmer, Giada De Laurentiis, Gordon Ramsay, Guy Savoy, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, José Andrés, Julian Serrano, Lorena Garcia, Shawn McClain, Michael Chow, Nobu Matsuhisa, Timon Balloo and Wolfgang Puck, among others. video coverage 

The Scene Experience: It was a successful event with a large crowd, filled with fans of show and chefs. The food was delightful, full of flavor, and there were a lot of unique appetizers and main courses. All the restaurants put out their featured menu items and deserts. We saw some of the celebrity chefs walking around and greeting guests such as Gordon Ramsay and Steve Martorano with Martorano's at Paris who we stopped and chatted with. 

It was an evening of culinary celebration as the 11th annual Vegas Uncork'd by Bon Appetit kicked off with four exceptional Master Series dinners at Caesars Palace. At Restaurant Guy Savoy, Michelin-starred chef, Guy Savoy presented a multi-course epicurean affair with premier pairings, serving signature dishes normally found at his Paris location alongside some of the world's greatest wines and champagnes. With his Paris restaurant recently receiving the "Best Restaurant in the World" award from La Liste, this meal took diners on a truly special adventure across Chef Guy Savoy's empire of tastes and influences, celebrating his achievements through his signature creations.

Rao's in New York is widely regarded as the hardest reservation to land in the country, if not the world. Guests had an opportunity to grab a seat at Rao's in Caesars Palace as the restaurant celebrated its 10th anniversary on the Strip. Frank Pellegrino Jr. guided guests through a multi-course dinner of time-honored Italian dishes and classics that were uniquely Rao's style.  With more than 140 years of history, the New York icon, Old Homestead Steakhouse hosted, "High Steaks Pairings with Wine and Chocolate." Greg and Marc Sherry presented a four-course menu of divine dishes and pairings featuring the best dry-aged prime steak and premium wines. All of the dishes featured chocolate in subtle and unexpected ways.Internationally-renowned MR CHOW celebrated its first anniversary at Caesars Palace with a throwback dinner paying homage to the original location, which opened on Valentine's Day in London in 1968. Maximillian Chow guided guests through a five course dinner highlighting classic CHOW Beijing dishes. Guests even got to experience their own private noodle show, which has become synonymous with the popular restaurant.

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