Culinary Classroom at Bellagio

Culinary Classroom at Bellagio

If you’d rather make sauce than get sauced on your dream bachelorette weekend, sign up for the interactive culinary classes led by Bellagio Executive Chef Edmund Wong. Each of the two-hour sessions is held in Tuscany Kitchen, the resort’s demo kitchen. You and your friends will prepare a three-course meal, paired with wines. Think: cooking the perfect risotto, creating a Valentine’s Day menu, or an entire menu devoted to chocolate. You’ll leave with a Tuscany Kitchen apron, your menus, and no doubt plenty of incriminating pictures of each other burning various dishes. 

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