The U.S. Travel Association’s IPW 2021 is back in Las Vegas, and we’re ready to pull out all the stops to make it memorable. With more than 6,200 attendees from across the globe, there are going to be lots of hungry people. And one of the biggest draws is the destination’s numerous unrivaled dining options. Here we’ve highlighted some the city’s most exciting venues for you and your fellow attendees to experience.
Rose. Rabbit. Lie.
At The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, make group reservations for Sunday Supper at Rose. Rabbit. Lie. for an eclectic supper club family-style meal alongside spontaneous live entertainment – including a table side serenade. Enjoy four-courses with contemporary takes on classics such as crab Louie, traditional "Sunday Sauce," Beef Wellington and an assortment of seasonal side dishes. Make sure to try a Craft in the Bottle – a three-serving cocktail flask with inspired takes on traditional cocktails.
Reserve the coveted 14-seat private dining room, make new friends at “All You Can Eat Mondays” (try the Slippery Shrimp) or slide up to the Liquor Store front bar for a happy hour Slushie at Roy Choi’s Best Friend inside Park MGM. In the mood for dinner and a show? During IPW, Aerosmith will be in residence at the Park Theater right across the way. It’ll be a night to remember with a dinner that’s just as rock ‘n’ roll as the concert.
Caesars Experience Vegas
#FeastTheEmpire! Caesars Experience Vegas helps you find the private space you need for an unforgettable group dining experience. Satisfy your hunger with cuisines from gourmet French food and street food favorites to classic steakhouses and the freshest seafood. Find the perfect pairing and taste some the most delicious flavors on the Strip created by celebrity chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Bobby Flay, Giada De Laurentiis and more.
Located in the cultural renaissance that is Downtown Las Vegas, Carson Kitchen offers the perfect space for an intimate gathering of friends or colleagues. The menu screams “share me” with social plates including stone-oven flatbreads; bacon jam with Havarti cheese and toasted baguette; and crispy chicken skins with smoked honey. And don’t forget to try the vintage-inspired handcrafted cocktails like the "Get Shorty!,” an updated version of the classic Paloma.