Sunday, August 23, 2009

The Venetian / Palazzo puts on a Culinary Show at their Carnival of Cuisine

The Venetian /Palazzo Resorts are well known for world class resturants and renowned Chefs. For the second year, these resorts celebrated their Carnival of Cuisine held in the massive and luxurious Venetian Ballroom. Over 20 restaurants in the Venetian / Palazzo resorts as well as Nine James Beard Award winning Chefs treated the guests with culinary delights.

The restaurants included many familiar names like, Mario Batali's B&B Ristorante , Enoteca San Marco and Carnevino. Wolfgang Puck's classy CUT and Postrio were also represented. Chef Sam DeMarco's FIRST Food and Bar was serving t some of their finest and of course Charlie Trotter's Restaurant Charlie was a real treat.

Chef Luciano of Valentino and the Grill at Valentino was serving the guests some of his classic Italian dishes. ZINE , WOO and Sushi Samba were treated us with mouth watering Asian cuisine.

Morels French Steakhouse , Pinot Brasserie , Table 10 , TAO and TAO beach , Dos Caminos , Canaletto ,
LAVO the Grand Lux Cafe and Canyon Ranch were spoiling the guests with their specialties

In addition to sampling many of these great dishes We were treated with
Chef demonstrations from Valentino, Woo, B&B Ristorante, Restaurant Charlie, and Canyon Ranch Grill .

The chefs showcased their techniques and prepared a selected dish and answered questions from the audience. Music was in the air as we walked amongst the resturants with a live 3 piece band that kept the atmosphere fun as Venetian entertainers mingled throughout the event. Raffle drawings were also a highlight as winners received show tickets or restaurant gift certificates as prizes.

The 2nd Annual Carnival of Cuisine was a true showcase of what culinary choices you have when you visit these resorts. Whether its lunch by the pool , a casual dinner or Fine Dining the Venetian /Palazzo as some of the best . We are already looking forward to what the 3rd Carnival of Cuisine will have to offer.

Join the Cuisineist as we indulge in some culinary treats at the Venetian / Palazzo

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