May 21

Savor Borgata Culinary Series Visit Wolfgang Puck, Bobby Flay in June

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa changed dining in Atlantic City forever by bringing some of the most renowned and celebrated chefs in the U.S. to the resort to open the best fine-dining restaurants on the Eastern Seaboard.

And few are as celebrated as Wolfgang Puck and Bobby Flay.

Wolfgang Puck’s American Grille and Bobby Flay Steak have been staples at Borgata since the property opened in 2003, serving thousands of meals and making Borgata a must-visit stop for foodies everywhere.

But at Borgata, we do much more than just let you enjoy a meal at our celebrity chef’s bistros. We bring them to you up close and personal—or at least their food.

Two major events are on the Savor Borgata Culinary Series this June with Puck and Flay.

Wolfgang PuckFirst up is a special lunch and book signing with Wolfgang Puck on June 14. The day starts with Lunch with Wolfgang Puck at noon followed at 3pm with a Wolfgang Puck Book Signing as he signs his cookbook Wolfgang Makes it Healthy. Both events will be held at the American Grille.

The lunch is a dine-around affair with live cooking stations.

Tickets for the lunch are $79* and available here. For the book signing, copies of Wolfgang Makes it Healthy will be available for $30.


Bobby FlayNext up in June is the Bobby Flay Kentucky Bourbon Dinner at 6pm June 23 where Flay presents a menu inspired by Knob Creek Bourbon, one of the Jim Beam Distilleries’ celebrated high-end bourbons.

The dinner, at Bobby Flay Steak, features select bourbon pairings to go with Flay’s classic American cuisine.

Pairings such as lobster and smoked bacon bits with Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve or crispy preserved duck salad with Knob Creek Kentucky Straight Bourbon will be offered. The main course is Lexington style beef tenderloin paired with Knob Creek Rye Whiskey and there’s even a dessert pairing as Flay puts chocolate espresso bread pudding with Knob Creek Maple whiskey. Full menu here.

The evening will be hosted by Jim Beam ambassador Adam Harris who has been sharing stories and promoting Beam’s bourbons in the U.S., Mexico and Canada since 2006. He’s so good at it, in 2010 he was named a Kentucky Colonel by the Governor of the Commonwealth.

Tickets for the Bobby Flay Kentucky Bourbon Dinner are $100* and available here. As a special bonus, participants receive an engraved flask.

Wolgang Puck, Bobby Flay Steak and Knob Creek Bourbon. The Savor Borgata Culinary Series gets tasty in June.

*Prices do not include tax and gratuity.

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