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Gordon Ramsay’s first Hell’s Kitchen- themed restaurant comes to Caesars Palace this year. Play chef—sans abuse—with these interactive culinary experiences. – DC
COCOA POWER Hexx Kitchen + Bar at Paris Las Vegas turns cocoa beans into chocolate—with its Bean-to- Bar Tasting Experience and Bean-to-bar Wine & Chocolate Pairing, featuring three wines with milk and dark chocolates. 702.331.5100, hexxlasvegas.com
PARLEZ-VOUS MICHELIN? Executive chef Julien Asseo of Michelin two-star Restaurant Guy Savoy tutors a maximum of six students in an appetizer and entree (past dishes include duck breast, and chestnut and celery soup). They’ll then dine at the exclusive chef’s table. Classes are available from 11AM to 2PM, Wednesdays through Sundays. 702.731.7286, caesars.com
CURRY ON At Urban Turban, chef Tarun Kapoor guides guests through Indian flavors every other Saturday featuring an appetizer, entree and dessert. Think chicken tikka, butter chicken, cheese in smoked sauce and Shahi Tukra (Indian bread pudding). 702.826.3217, urbanturbanlv.com
BOTTOMS UP Learn how to pour the perfect pint of Guinness at Mandalay Place’s Guinness Store. Learn the six-step process then drink your (hopefully) perfect pour. You’ll also walk away with a souvenir glass and photograph, and answers to burning questions, such as, “How long does it take to pour the perfect pint of Guinness?” Until 10PM daily. $20, 702.632.7773, mandalaybay.com
MASTER THIS Wynn Las Vegas’ recently launched Wynn Master Class Series continues with Sushi Master Class at 12PM on Sept. 15, Cake Decorating with a Master at 2PM on Sept. 28 and Conscious Cooking at 12PM on Oct. 5. $150, 702.770.7070, wynnlasvegas.com
You might need more than one class to master Mizumi’s Omakase platter, but chefs Kitt Xaiyasiha and Devin Hashimoto will start you on your way.