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Snatch Up Tickets for 10 New Vegas Uncork'd Events Just Announced

Mary Sue Milliken, Susan Feniger, Ho Chee Boon, Guy Savoy, Shawn McClain, François Payard and more.

The Grand Tasting at Vegas Uncork’d
The Grand Tasting at Vegas Uncork'd
David Becker

Ten new Vegas Uncork’d events went on sale for the food festival that takes over the Strip April 23-26. Aside from bam chef Emeril Lagasse joining the event for the first time in its nine years, the Too Hot Tamales Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger bring two events with their south of the border flavors and more.

They bring a taco dinner with a build-your-own margarita station at their newest outpost of Border Grill at the Forum Shops at Caesars. Also on tap, a brunch cooking demonstration backed by a five-course menu and five cocktail pairings.

Hakkasan’s Ho Chee Boon returns with a Cantonese six-course dinner paired with wines.

Guy Savoy returns as well with his very first Uncork’d dinner with Krug Champagne. Taste some of his staples such as artichoke and black truffle soup and colors of caviar paired with Krug Champagnes in the dining room of Restaurant Guy Savoy.

James Beard Award-winning chef Shawn McClain serves up a five-course dinner with wines from Flowers Vineyard at his restaurant Sage at Aria.

Chocolatier François Payard brings back his sure to sell out pastry demonstration at Payard Pâtisserie & Bistro.

Wolfgang Puck represents with a lunch featuring all of his Vegas chefs in the empire. Chefs from all six of his restaurants put together this five-course menu at Spago.

Wine experts from the Bellagio and four wineries team up on an eight-wine tasting at the Bellagio.

Also announced, Brian Malarkey plans to be one of the 50-plus chefs at the pinnacle of Vegas Uncork’d, the Grand Tasting. Malarkey will show off dishes from his restaurant Searsucker, opening at Caesars Palace this spring.

For tickets, visit Vegas Uncork’d.

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