Las Vegas events are coming back into full swing as we near the fall season. The list of activities for locals and tourists to participate in is growing rapidly. On the agenda for the first week of October is the Las Vegas Food and Wine Festival.
According to the press release put out by the festival’s Director Alan Semsar, “The who’s who of culinary talent will converge at the 12th Annual Las Vegas Food Wine Festival. Celebrity Chefs from over the world take part at this annual event from the Las Vegas strip to Downtown Las Vegas and Summerlin.”
One thing this festival is not short of is world-renowned talent. On-screen culinary talent and Executive Chef Kevin Des Chenes is set to bring his unique take on New England flavors to this year’s festival. Additionally, Food Network icon and award-winning chef Chris Santos is also set to bring his bright and bold flavors to the Las Vegas valley this year.
For those with a sweet tooth, this year’s Food & Wine Festival is not short of world-renowned pastry chefs. With over 30 chefs set to make an appearance as well as showcase their award winning flavors, everyone in attendance will be sure to find a favorite dish. A lot of the dishes showcased at this event will not only push the culinary envelope but celebrate seasonal and local flavors from both their respected areas and the Las Vegas valley.
With such a large number of local chefs, it is a great way to showcase what the city of Las Vegas has to offer the culinary world. COVID-19 has affected the restaurant industry of America and the city of Las Vegas in such a large capacity. This is a great opportunity for the city to come together to celebrate the talent Las Vegas has to offer.
For anyone looking to purchase tickets or find out more information about the festival and chefs attending, you can visit their website at https://vegasfoodandwine.com/.