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Head to Vegas for Nobu United, an All-Nobu Blowout

By Lesley Balla
September 9, 2013

Partnering with Drew Nieporent and Robert De Niro was one of the smartest things Nobu Matsuhisa did. After eating all that barbecue in Austin, that is. From Matsuhisa in Beverly Hills to Nobu in New York, Malibu and beyond, you can find yellowtail with jalapeño in just about every corner of the globe. But instead of trying to travel around the country and hit all of the Nobu restaurants, you can head to Vegas on October 9 for Nobu United, where Nobu Matsuhisa and 28 of his executive chefs will gather to cook a seven-course omakase dinner at Nobu Caesars Palace.

Keeping the "too many chefs in the kitchen" jokes at bay, the team will collaborate on passed appetizers for the cocktail hour, and then dishes like Wagyu beef with Hana wasabi, fig dumplings with yuzu and kuromitso, duck breast with Okinawan potato and jalapeño miso, umami wasabi gelee with uni, scallop with smoked tomato and soy salt, the famous fish tacos and more. Space is limited and reservations are mandatory. You can always get yourself a room at the new Nobu Hotel for the full experience. Cost is $195 per person; $170 after 9:30 PM (omakase menu only). Wine and beverage pairings are available for $80. Reservations can be made by calling 702-731-7778 or emailing nobuevents@caesars.com.

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