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Get a Taste of Cosmopolitan at Harvest for Hope

Ten restaurants will showcase their dishes.

Harvest for Hope
Harvest for Hope
Joe Durkin

The fourth annual Harvest for Hope from Communities in Schools rolls through on Friday, Oct. 10, from 5 to 9 p.m at the Cashman Center with all proceeds benefiting CIS of Nevada. With it comes dishes from 10 restaurants at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas. Here’s a look at the food lineup:

Blue Ribbon Sushi Bar & Grill: The restaurant will serve a made-to-order assortment of sushi rolls and meatball skewers.

China Poblano: Tastings will include When Pigs Fly, a version of pigs-in-a-blanket and the debut of the drink Elote Loco and Horchata.

Comme Ça: Land charcuterie, house pickles and grilled country breads as well as butterscotch pot de crème with chocolate-dipped bacon and campfire macaroons.

Holsteins: A quirky take on crispy tacos filled with smoked pork, corn relish and avocado cream as well as a S’mores parfait, a unique twist on the classic campfire favorite.

Jaleo: Get Jamón ibérico de bellota Fermín, Judias con romesco y Caña de cabra and Gazpacho de remolacha con queso de cabra y naranjas.

Estiatorio Milos: Dishes include salt crusted Milokopi fish, Greek salad and yogurt with thyme honey.

Rose.Rabbit.Lie.: The supper club will have rock shrimp and butternut squash, roasted red kuri squash and grilled Manchego sandwich with Nutella.

Scarpetta and D.O.C.G.: Italian dishes here include short rib and bone marrow agnolotti topped with horseradish breadcrumbs, heirloom beet and burrata salad, and a cannoli bar.

STK: Find an ice-your–own-cookie station.

Wicked Spoon: The buffet plans to serve crudités with ranch dip, grilled cheese caterpillars, chicken fingers, egg salad cones and macaroni and cheese.

Cosmopolitan’s pastry team will serve apple maple torte, pumpkin cheesecake éclairs, rocky road domes, S’mores mini cones and strawberry gummy layered with lime marshmallow. Sugar Factory will have a full candy bar available all evening.

The Cosmopolitan’s chef mixologist Mariena Mercer plans to serve up a new cocktail, The Forbidden Fruit made with Stillhouse Apple Crisp Moonshine, Angel’s Envy bourbon, Noilly Prat Ambre Vermouth, Ancho Chai Masala Tea Syrup, unfiltered apple juice and Tarragon Sprig. José Andrés’ personal creation, Salt Air Margaritas, will also be returning from China Poblano.

Magicians Piff the Magic Dragon and Mac King entertain, while Las Vegas-based hip-hop dance troupe Culture Shock will perform and entertain the children, as well as teach them some new dance moves.

Guests can bid on live and silent auctions while kids can play laser tag and carnival games and run through a blow-up obstacle course or build something from Lego.

Tables of 10 can be purchased for $3,500 or individual adult tickets go for $350 and child tickets for $100. For additional information or to purchase tickets, head here.