Simon says grab your friends and go to Made L.V. for a special dinner honoring the culinary legend, Kerry Simon, on Wednesday Sept. 9 (Photo credit: © Erik Kabik / www.erikkabik.com).
“Dinner His Way” is set to feature some of Simon’s culinary favorites prepared by past Simon chefs. This rare and exciting evening is hosted by Simon’s good friend Robin Leach and longtime friend and business partner Elizabeth Blau. A portion of the proceeds from “Dinner His Way” will support the Kerry Simon Fight MSA movement and Keep Memory Alive.
“Dinner His Way” with Kerry Simon will take place on Wednesday, Sept. 9 at 6:30 p.m. and is $59 per person (does not include tax and gratuity). Reservations are recommended by calling 702-722-2000 or tickets can be purchased in advance online at www.made-lv.com/calendar. Additional donations to Keep Memory Alive are available online.
Participating chefs, along with their affiliation to Chef Kerry Simon, include Chefs Kim Canteenwalla, Iron Chef Teammate; Ben Halley, Simon Palms Place and Simon Telluride; Michael Van Staden, Cathouse; Jamal Taherzadeh, Simon Palms Place; Chris Vaughn, Simon Kitchen & Bar at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Simon Palms Place; Justin Nilson, Simon Kitchen & Bar at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino and Simon LA; and Michelle Ortiz, Simon Palms Place.
“Dinner His Way” includes:
Cotton Candy Martini
Iron Chef Sliders
Simon Crispy Rice
Simon Says (it’s a surprise)
shaved pink lady apple, candied walnuts, watercress, white wine vinaigrette
Kerry’s Klassic Meatloaf
bacon wrapped, BBQ glazed
wild mushroom gravy
Peas & Carrots
mint, golden raisins, cardamom glaze
The Simon Junkfood Platter
Valet is available near the Made L.V. entrance and self-parking is conveniently located on the East side of Tivoli Village.
In December 2013, rock ‘n roll chef Kerry Simon bravely went public to let the community know that he is battling multiple system atrophy (MSA), an incurable and rapidly progressive neurodegenerative, and ultimately fatal, disease that affects multiple parts of the body, causing slowness of movement, muscle rigidity and poor balance. Kerry’s newfound mission in life is to improve the level of knowledge of MSA, speak up to increase global awareness of the disease and to create a network for those affected by MSA and their families.