Las Vegas’ preeminent monthly dinner series, Culinary Road Trip, returns to the road on Thursday, October 24th at the Downtown Grand Hotel & Casino. Continuing his 2019 salute to America’s most charming cities, Chef Scott Commings is falling hard for the spooky season with a unique trip to Salem, Massachusetts and cooking up a classic, coastal feast to perfectly complement one of the country’s oldest settlements and its haunted past.
Infamously known as the location of the witch trials of 1692, Salem was originally named for it’s Hebrew translation of “Peace” or “City of Peace.” Settled in 1626, the town served as one of the most significant seaports in early American history and Commings has his sights set on a menu guaranteed to bring that historic cuisine centerstage just in time Halloween. From truffled pumpkin to lobster pie this enchanting tasting is so authentic it’s sure to have passengers accusing the Hell’s Kitchen Season 12 champion of witchcraft.
Complete with live entertainment and a perfectly-paired cocktail with each course, passengers will also receive a Salem stamp on their 2019 Culinary Road Trip Passport; the more Road Trip cities you visit, the more great rewards and dining experiences you will receive for future visits to the Downtown Grand.
Culinary Road Trip Visits Salem
Thursday, October 24th
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Las Vegas Room inside The Downtown Grand
Unlike traditional dinner series, Culinary Road Trip is designed for those who like good food, good music, and great fun. Tickets for Culinary Road Trip are on sale now via EventBrite for just $65 per person. Tickets are based on a first-come, first-served basis.