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Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit returns to the Strip from April 23-26. Star chefs including Michael Mina, Masa Takayama, Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Guy Savoy will join Gordon Ramsay. Julian Serrano also will debut his restaurant Lago at Bellagio.

2015 Vegas Uncork’d preview: Gordon Ramsay, new chefs and attractions

December 10th, 2014

Vegas Uncork’d by Bon Appetit returns to the Strip from April 23-26. Star chefs including Michael Mina, Masa Takayama, Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Guy Savoy will join Gordon Ramsay. Julian Serrano also will debut his restaurant Lago at Bellagio.

  • Also, Hash House A Go Go is coming to Henderson in February.

  • Also, a feast of white truffles and Nebbiolo at Ferraro's and a throwback menu at Spago.

  • Also, there's a big food truck fest set for Sunset Park this Saturday and you're gonna want to go.

  • The celeb chef's comfort food will be offered adjacent to new nightclub Omnia this spring.

  • Get ready for Southern fried chicken ... with Chinese food.

  • Also, Sushi Roku celebrates 10 years and Daniel Boulud celebrates with the Brasserie Bash weekend.

  • Also, Cheers to Chocolate returns to Tivoli Village on November 15.

  • Restaurateurs are hoping to find new locations.

  • Also, Day of the Dead specials at China Poblano and free Bobbies for a year from Capriotti's.

  • Italian small plates are next on the menu for Bellagio's waterfront restaurant.

  • From Taste of the Nation to LuckyRice to Foodie Fest, get ready to get full this month.

  • Border Grill is set to open its second Vegas location at the Forum Shops at Caesars in October.

  • Also, there's a new farmers' market in town ... at Sam's Town.

  • The chef list for Sunday Supper includes Luciano Pellegrini and Jose Aleman of Marche Bacchus, Ming See Woo of Fu Asian Kitchen, Chris Palmeri of ...

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