Vegas Unstripped 2021 Unveils Chef Lineup

Celebrate local culinary talents while helping better the community

By Melissa Gill | Las Vegas, NV | Feast of Friends

Foodies mark your calendars for Saturday, October 16 from 8 p.m. until midnight as Vegas Unstripped returns to the Downtown Las Vegas Arts District, illuminating the local cuisine scene by inviting the community to experience an extraordinary food festival.

Vegas Unstripped, an independent, non-profit event orchestrated by Feast of Friends celebrates and unites the most talented culinary experts in town. This is the only festival in the valley run by chefs, for chefs and highlights over 20 passionate culinary creators. Today Off the Strip chatted with some of the chef participants as they announced their 2021 chef lineup.

“I’m really excited because I’m among friends. I haven’t decided [on] a menu [yet], but I know I want to make it awesome because all the other chefs [will]. No pressure,” says Chef Keris Kurana of Keris Sweets.

Winner of Chopped, Beat Bobby Flay and Esquire’s Knife Fight, Chef Bruce Kalman of Soulbelly BBQ also expressed enthusiasm.

“I’m excited to just be a part of this whole project that’s going on. It’s probably the most tight knit restaurant/business community as a whole. It’s really special.”

For more information and to purchase tickets, visit Vegas Unstripped’s website.

This year’s Vegas Unstripped 2021 participating chefs:

Tickets to Vegas Unstripped 2021 are currently available at $95, but the price will go up on September 2. For the event, all the chefs, wait staff, bartenders and organizers are volunteers to keep the festivities costs at a more affordable rate.

Additional details on beverage participants, sponsorships and other culinary partners will be announced later.

Net proceeds from this event will go to benefitting local charities that care for the homeless and the name of the charities have not yet been announced.

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