Las Vegas' favorite popup dinner returns for its fourth season. Project Dinner Table — the one-night dinner involving popular chefs cooking for one long table of 150 — started selling tickets for the dinners for 2013 on its Website over the weekend.
Already the first dinner is slated for Saturday, April 20, at the Neon Museum with a bevy of chefs from the MGM Grand. A portion of every dinner benefits a local charity, and this one will support the Contemporary Arts Center and the Neon Museum.
This year, Project Dinner Table features six community dinners on Saturdays April 20, May 18, June 29, Sept. 21, Oct. 19 and Sunday, Nov. 10. For the first time in 2013, Project Dinner Table will offer an annual membership program; for $39 dollars members will receive special advantages and offers throughout the year. Also new this year, four member events that offer a variety of intimate, social and educational experiences.
Individual tickets for members will be offered at $175 and nonmembers pay $190. Ticket packages are also available and include a season pass for all six community dinners plus an annual membership for $900, a $189 savings; a half-season pass is available for $516 and includes three dinners of the purchaser's choice plus an annual membership — a $48 savings. The season pass package will be offered for a limited time, expiring April 1.
Since its inception, nearly 3,700 guests have attended the events and more than $70,000 has been donated to more than two dozen local charitable organizations.
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