Heading to Life Is Beautiful, the three-day festival that features music, art and of course, food? The event, now in its fourth year, features food from celebrity chefs, food trucks, grill masters and more in Downtown Las Vegas Sept. 23-25.
"The focus of this year’s festival is a celebration of all Las Vegas has to offer, and what better way to drive that message than by bringing the best of the city’s culinary culture into the festival blueprint," Ryan Doherty, chief experience officer at Life is Beautiful, says in a press statement. "Las Vegas is a city that offers some of the best food in the world and we want to allow our fans to open their eyes and try dishes and flavors they may never have had the opportunity to experience before."
The Culinary Village returns for the fourth year with more than 40 vendors at six different locations, including a designated area at each stage. This year, dishes cover vegan, vegetarian, bar food, seafood, Hawaiian, Asian, Mexican, sweet and savory and more.
Here’s a look at the participating restaurants: 50 Shades of Green, Aloha Kitchen, BBD’s, Ben’s BBQ, Bling Bling Dumpling, Buddy V’s, Bulldogis Gourmet Hot Dogs, Clever Chefs, Coolhaus, Cousin’s Maine Lobster, Donut Bar, Downtown Grand, Dragon Grille, Eatt, El Shuko, El Cortez Hotel & Casino, Fist of Fusion, Fleur, Frozen Frog, Funnel Cake Café, Grouchy John’s Coffee, Honey Salt, Kona Grill, The Lab, Makers & Finders Coffee, MTO Café, N9NE Steakhouse, Nacho Daddy, Nobu, Omings Kitchen, Origin India, Park on Fremont, Plaza, RM Seafood, Rx Boiler Room, Sausagefest, Stripchezze, SushiSamba, Truk N Yaki, The Twisted Lemon, Wise Guys, Yuki Shaved Ice, Chuck Wagon, Siegel’s 1941, Pop Up Pizza, Freedom Beat
STK Las Vegas will have exclusive menu items available for purchase by those who have VIP wristbands.
For more details on the culinary events throughout the weekend and to purchase single day or three-day tickets, visit www.lifeisbeautiful.com.