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4th of July in Las Vegas, the culinary capital of the world.

foodies flock to dine
foodies flock to dine
foodies flock to dine

The Food Network gave rise to the greatest concentration of celebrity chefs in Las Vegas....

As Las Vegas tourists and residents opted for more than just great hotel buffets and heart-attack burgers, celebrity and top chefs alike opened 70 high-class restaurants in Las Vegas, redefining Las Vegas, The Culinary Capital of the World!

Here are just some of the famed restaurateurs in Las Vegas creating imaginative, gastronomic experiences sure to please the palate this 4th of July:

Gordon Ramsay
Wolfgang Puck
Mario Batali
Bobby Flay
Tom Colicchio
Emeril Lagasse
Scott Conant
Giada De Laurentiis
Buddy V.
Guy Fieri

Hungry for more...

Celebrate our nation’s 238th birthday at one of Vegas’s pool parties this 4th...

Parisian DJ Martin Solveig spins at XS on July 4 ($20 men, $30 women).

Macklemore and Ryan Lewis perform at Encore Beach Club on July 4 ($30 women, $40 men).

The EC Twins ($10 women, $20 men) get the party started poolside at Marquee Dayclub at the Cosmopolitan; Night time is set inside the venue by Gareth Emery ($20 women, $40 men).

Afrojack DJs at Wet Republic ($20 women, $30 men),

DJ Arty spins at Drais Beach Club ($20 women, $30 men)

Tao Beach is hosting a 4th of July pig roast and BBQ, loaded with Kahlua pulled pork, mini hot dogs with kimchi relish, wagyu sliders and more ($10 women, $20 men).

Because the sun's rays are strong wear a good sunscreen.


Summerlin is hosting it's 20th Patriotic Parade; The parade route is set to begin at the Trails Village, where Hillpointe Road and Hills Center Drive meet, and will travel south on Hills Center, concluding on Trailwood Drive. 35,000 to 40,000 viewers are expected when the parade begins at 9 a.m;

Henderson is staging a free concert and fireworks show starting at 6 p.m. at Mission Hills Park

At Mandalay Bay Beach, all ages are welcome to attend this Independence Day celebration, complete with fireworks and a musical performance by the local classic-rock band Phoenix. 8 p.m., Mandalay Bay ($20, family four packs $60)

Station Casinos: Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock resorts are both putting on the “We Love Locals’ July 4th Fireworks Blast,” featuring a nine-minute spectacle in the sky. 9 p.m., Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Resort (FREE)

Rock of Vegas Summer Concert Series: Rock bands Papa Roach, P.O.D. and Lit will perform on the Fremont Street Experience's 3rd Street Stage. 9 p.m., Fremont Street Experience (FREE)

Nevada became the 36th state on October 31, 1864

This year, as we celebrate the anniversary of America's independence, fly Old Glory high and show your respect and admiration for this great nation and the values we hold dear. Happy 238th, Army strong for 239 years!

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