Try America's Best Restaurants at Wynn Las Vegas this June

By Wynn Las Vegas By Wynn Las Vegas | May 14, 2024 | Food & Drink, Sponsored Post,


Revelry is the inaugural food festival at Wynn Las Vegas, taking place over four days this summer from June 5 to 8 with master classes, multi-course dinners, and an epic grand tasting—all from the world’s best chefs, vintners, and mixologists.

The good life is celebrated with every toast and taste. The chefs of Wynn Las Vegas have invited culinary icons and all-stars to collaborate on a series of unforgettable events, which begin on June 5 with exclusive dinners, and culminate in The Feast on June 8, where guests adventure through four distinct worlds of flavors from Tulum to the Casbah and Shibuya to the ranches of Texas.


This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to dine at some of America’s best restaurants all in one place during one weekend of events as the chefs from New York City’s Eleven Madison Park, Le B, and Atomix, and New Orleans’ Miss River and Saba will all participate in Revelry with their signature dishes.


Here is how to experience a taste of these culinary giants.

Join Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm at Lakeside on June 6 for the 50 Best Signature Session: Icons Dinner with his dish Maitake Mushroom Skewer and Truffle Tart.

Humm earned his first Michelin star at 24 and is consistently listed as one of the world’s best chefs with four stars from The New York Times, seven James Beard Foundation Awards (including “Outstanding Chef” and “Outstanding Restaurant in America”), and the number one spot on the 2017 World's 50 Best Restaurants list.

Eleven Madison Park now features a plant-based menu, becoming the first and only plant-based restaurant in Michelin Guide history to receive a three-star rating.

Angie Mar, chef and owner of Le B in New York City, will appear at the Revelry All-Star Chefs’ Dinner at Wynn’s Lakeside on June 7 with her dish, Turbot and Pearls.

A native of Seattle, Washington, Mar trained in some of New York City's most renowned kitchens such as Andrew Tarlow’s lauded Brooklyn restaurants Reynard, Diner, and Marlow & Sons, where she honed her butchery, live-fire, and dry-aging techniques. In October 2013, Mar took the helm of storied West Village restaurant The Beatrice Inn, which under her ownership was lauded by The New York Times restaurant critic Pete Wells as "one of the most celebratory restaurants in the city," and awarded two stars.

In 2023, she opened Le B in Greenwich Village, focusing on meat, seafood, and game, with a continental flair.

Don’t miss James Beard Foundation Award-winning Chef Alon Shaya from New Orleans restaurants Saba and Miss River, and Wynn’s very own pop-up Safta 1964, at The Feast on June 8 where he will share his salatim (salads in Hebrew) with guests in The Casbah Marketplace.

Debuting in spring 2024, Safta 1964 at Wynn Las Vegas is a limited-run residency and the prequel to Safta, Shaya's popular Denver restaurant. He is the co-founder of the Shaya Barnett Foundation, which provides culinary education and resources to high school students, and he spearheaded the Rescued Recipes initiative with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, raising over $700,000 to date.

He is also the author of Shaya: An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel.

Making his first-ever Las Vegas appearance, Junghyun Park, chef/owner from New York City’s Atomix and Atoboy, is one of America’s culinary innovators, and you will taste what the hype is about when he brings his signature “new Korean cuisine” to Revelry’s 50 Best Signature Session: Icons Dinner on June 6 at Lakeside.

Chef Park, who often goes by “JP,” has roots in Seoul, South Korea, where he was born and raised. After studying food sciences at Kyung Hee University, JP began working in world-renowned kitchens alongside notable chefs. He was introduced to the idea of “New Korean” cuisine under the mentorship of chef Jungsik Yim (Jungsik Dang, Seoul) and moved to New York City to become the chef de cuisine at Jungsik in Tribeca. In July 2016, JP opened Atoboy with his wife and partner Ellia Park. The restaurant received a glowing two-star review from The New York Times and was also named one of the “Top 10 Restaurants” of 2017. In May 2018, JP and Ellia opened their second project Atomix. He earned the number eight spot on the 2023 World’s 50 Best Restaurants list.

Limited tickets available for these very exclusive culinary events, reserve your seat now.


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