The first food festival of the year takes place from September 15 to 17, 2018 in the city of Las Vegas.
The festival includes a selection of the best gourmet restaurants around the country, including chefs, caterers, food stylists and more.
Here are some of the things to look out for.
Food is available from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., from 10 a..m.-2 p.p.m, and from 10:30 a.k. to 5:30 p.k..
Foods are available for purchase from 9:30-11 a.s.p., and 11:30a.m-1 p.s., on a first come, first served basis.
The food will be available in all of the restaurant’s outlets including: Diner, Deli, Bar, Grill, Bar & Grill, Cantina, Delicatessen, Grill and Bistro, Bar and Grill, and Bar, Kitchen and Bar.
There are a limited number of food vendors participating.
Food vendors will be able to offer food from their own kitchens.
All food vendors will have a minimum of 10% discounts.
The food will cost $15.99.
In addition, food vendors are being asked to refrain from selling alcohol on the premises.
The City of Las Las Vegas does not prohibit individuals from selling alcoholic beverages on the property, nor do we have specific laws regarding the sale of alcoholic beverages by food vendors.
Food vendors are also being asked not to bring their own personal hygiene products to the event, and to bring them with them if they are allowed to carry out food preparation.
For those that are unsure, they can contact the city for more information.
The event is free and open to the public.
Tickets for the festival will be $100, with discounts available for the following events: 9/15-17, 2018; 9/20-21, 2018, 9/22-24, 2018 and 9/27-30, 2018.
Food Vendors and vendors may purchase up to two (2) food vendors per person, for a total of two ( 2 ) food vendors and two ( 1 ) vendors per table.
The city of Vegas also released a video to celebrate the festival.
This video was created by the city’s Food and Beverage Management team and is available for viewing on YouTube.
The city of L.A. has been working closely with the food industry to help promote this festival to its communities, and is excited to be celebrating the festival with the community.
For more information about the event and the Festival, visit www.