Vegas Uncork'd Adds Celebrity Golf

golf courseFood and wine event Vegas Uncork'd is giving attendees the chance to golf with Mario Batali as part of the Swing Session Las Vegas on Saturday, May 10. 

Other attending celebrities include Bon Appétit Editor-in-Chief Adam Rapoport, Michael Symon, Morgan Spurlock and more. 100 percent of ticket sales will benefit the Mario Batali Foundation.

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Guests will also enjoy cuisine from Las Vegas restaurants including:

  • B&B Burger & Beer
  • B&B Ristorante
  • CUT by Wolfgang Puck
  • Emeril’s Restaurants Raku

Golfers at previous Swing Session golf events have included President Bill Clinton, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, PGA Tour star Hunter Mahan, musicians Edge and Mike Mills, chefs Emeril Lagasse, Ming Tsai, and actors Billy Crudup, Andy Garcia and Josh Charles. Many will return this year.

“I could not be more excited to take Swing Session on the road,” says Mario Batali. “It is, without a doubt, my favorite event we’ve hosted. There is no better way to raise funds and awareness for MBF.”

Saturday evening guests can take part in the Beef & Barolo Extravaganza at Mario’s CarneVino Italian Steakhouse. Guests will sample the restaurant’s brand of organic, super-prime beef paired with Barolo wines. A limited number of tickets to Beef & Barolo are available to non-golfers.

To purchase tickets and to get more information about MBF Swing Session Celebrity Golf Classic, please contact Susan Marzano at [email protected] or call (773) 679-1633

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