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The Venetian’s Annual Festivino Event Upgrades to Love and Vine

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10 ‘Master Chefs of France’ will be preparing your dishes.

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Azure Pool
Azure Pool
The Venetian

Since 2010, The Venetian and Palazzo have celebrated the fall harvest at Festivino, a wine and food pairing event held last year facing the Strip on the resort’s Doge's Palace plaza.

This year, the festivities will undergo an upgrade and refresh on October 7, heading back to its original roots at the Azure Pool at The Palazzo and under the new name of Love and Vine.

From 7 to 10:30 p.m, only chefs who have earned the title Maîitres Cuisiniers de France, or Master Chefs of France, will be on hand to share their special menus prepared for the event.

Scheduled to appear:

Thomas BellecBeverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel, Beverly Hills, California

Olivier Dubreuil – executive chef of The Venetian and The Palazzo.

Jean-Louis DumonetThe Union Club of the City of New York, New York, New York

Bernard Guillas La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club and Marine Room Restaurant, La Jolla, California

Joel GuillonLeft Bank Brasserie & LB Steak, San Francisco, California

Jean JohoEverest, Chicago, Illinois

Claude Le-TohicJoel Robouchon, Las Vegas, Nevada

Fabrice MarconLeft Bank Restaurant, Larkspur, California

Roland PassotLa Folie, San Francisco, California

David WerlyMandarin Oriental, Las Vegas, Nevada

All-inclusive tickets covering the food and drink are $104.58 or two for $185.72. Tickets go on sale August 15 and can be purchased online or at any Venetian or Palazzo box office.

Venetian Resort & Casino

3355 S Las Vegas Blvd, Las Vegas, NV 89109 (702) 414-1000 Visit Website

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