Don’t Miss These Four Exclusive Las Vegas Culinary Experiences

MGM Resorts is offering four limited-time culinary experiences

WAGYUMAFIA at ARIA inside Jean-Georges Steakhouse

This writer nearly choked on his coffee when he learned that ARIA is set to host WAGYUMAFIA for a one-night-only pop-up for $500 per head inside Jean-Georges Steakhouse. This membership-only restaurant group with outposts in Hong Kong and Tokyo has long been regarded as one of the most coveted dining experiences on Earth; and unless you’re Ed Sheeran or David Beckham, you can forget about sampling their iconic sando and other delicacies as all memberships are fully subscribed. Dinner starts at 8 p.m. and reservations are required. Shockingly, there are still tickets available for this rare dining experience.

Reserve a seat by calling the restaurant at 702-590-8660 or by making an online reservation. 

Dim Sum Brunch at Bellagio’s Conservatory

Not to be outdone, Bellagio has brought its wildly popular Garden Table back for the Chinese New Year’s period. Those who have visited the property’s conservatory have undoubtedly seen one table set amidst the gardens. With two seats for an afternoon Dim Sum brunch (priced at $88 per person) and two dinner services offering a Chinese prosperity feast (for $128 per person), this is an incredible one-off experience.

Book a Garden Table online or by calling (702)693-7317.

Zuma’s Seasonal Tasting Menu at The Cosmopolitan

Finally, the newest member of the MGM Resorts portfolio, The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, is offering not one, but two limited culinary engagements. Zuma, which is perhaps the vibiest Japanese eatery in town, just launched a super-premium seasonal tasting menu that is available through February. The $248 per person offering includes truffle-buttered edamame, caviar spoons, Alaskan King Crab, Japanese A5, lobster and the like.

Secure a spot for Zuma here.

Year of the Rabbit Menu at China Poblano Inside The Cosmopolitan

Lastly, China Poblano inside The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas is serving up a celebratory Year of the Rabbit menu from January 20 to February 5. Dishes range from $14 to $43, making this a more affordable and fun offering.

Reserve a spot now to taste China Poblano’s Year of the Rabbit offering.

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