Gordon Ramsay will host and curate dinners at Harrah’s and Caesars Palace during Formula 1 Las Vegas …
Grand Prix week.(* week) Denise Truscello Formula 1 will debut its Las Vegas Grand Prix November 16-18 with a 3.8-mile track that weaves past casinos on the Strip, and this unprecedented Vegas race week will also be a extravaganza that is culinary. A number of the world’s many high-profile cooks and restaurateurs, including Gordon Ramsay and Giada De Laurentiis, can be on-site for unique occasions at their own “>Caesars Entertainment hot spots during F1 week.
“It is no secret that I am a huge F1 fan, and I have no doubt that Las Vegas will really take it to the next level for the inaugural race on the Strip,” Ramsay, who will host dinners at both Harrah’s and Caesars Palace, says in a statement.
Here’s an exclusive first look at the culinary experiences at Caesars Entertainment properties during F1 week.
On November 16, the acclaimed chef and boisterous TV personality will share stories from his culinary journey and curate the menu for a 5 p.m. dinner inside Ramsay’s Kitchen at Harrah’s. The $250-per-person three-course meal will include a wine or cocktail pairing.
On November 17, Ramsay will host a glamorous trackside dinner at Hell’s Kitchen at Caesars Palace. The $500-per-person four-course meal with a wine or cocktail pairing will feature a personal gift from Ramsay for each guest. The chef will discuss his love of Formula 1 racing before practice on the track lights up the night.
The legendary sushi chef will offer 1 p.m. sushi-making demonstrations at Nobu at Caesars Palace on November 17 and at Nobu at Paris Las Vegas on November 18. The intimate $500-per-person gatherings will be limited to 14 guests per day and include a feast with sushi, toro, A5 wagyu, caviar, cocktails and more.
Giada De Laurentiis
“If I wasn’t a chef, it would be my dream to be a Formula One driver,” De Laurentiis said in a statement. “I am excited and honored to be a part of the first-ever F1 race in Las Vegas, and I look forward to hosting fans for a special brunch at my restaurant at The Cromwell.”
On November 19 at 11 a.m. (the morning after the big race), the beloved TV chef and cookbook author will host a $250-per-person trackside brunch with Italian-inspired dishes at Giada at The Cromwell.
Weekend brunch starts at 11 a.m. Friday during F1 week with the reality-TV star and restaurateur’s A Very Vanderpump Brunch at Vanderpump à Paris inside Paris Las Vegas. Vanderpump will curate the November 17 menu and offer her family’s signature Vanderpump Rosé at the $250-per-person event.
Formula 1, of course, has become an international spectacle with appearances from prominent chefs around the world. The four-night $3,000-per-person Carbone Beach pop-up and a one-night $6,000 Massimo Bottura pop-up were the talk of the town during Miami’s F1 week in May. At last month’s Singapore F1 week, eating shows incorporated a Wolfgang Puck and Tetsuya Wakuda meal cooperation.
Puck and Wakuda, maybe not incidentally, both have actually restaurants from the Las vegas Strip. You could expect 50 Eggs Hospitality cluster, with Wakuda, Chica and Yardbird from the Venetian, to possess a solid existence during Vegas week that is f1. And Wolfgang Puck Catering is part of the (*)MGM Resorts lineup that is culinary*) for F1. MGM hotels is producing the trackside Bellagio Fountain Club with (*)Food(*) from Mario Carbone, David Chang, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Michael Mina as well as other celebrity cooks.(*)