Dining events and news for June 23-29, 2016

First anniversary celebration: Rise & Shine: A Steak & Egg Place is celebrating the first anniversary of its Flamingo Road location with a month-long menu offering. The locale is set to offer five of its signature dishes from the past year through July 15. Breakfast and lunch are served from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Visit bestbreakfastvegas.com or call 702-873-0155.

White Party: The dinner is planned from 6 to 9 p.m. June 25 at Andiron Steak & Sea in Downtown Summerlin, 1720 Festival Plaza Drive. The Hamptons-inspired celebration of summer includes a light, summery menu with house white, red or sparkling wine, summer cocktails and beer. All white attire is strongly suggested. The event is $59 per person. Visit AndironSteak.com.

Fork & Spoon LV: The pay-it-forward, pop-up restaurant inaugural event is planned from 6 to 10 p.m. June 27 at Lucky Foo’s Sushi, Cocktails & Kitchen, 8955 S. Eastern Ave. The four-course meal made from scratch benefits #ServingHopeLV in which every plate purchased gives a plate to someone locally who can’t afford one. Patrons can choose the price of their meal, depending on how they perceive its value. Email ForkNSpoonLV@gmail.com.

Around the World in an Evening: The Shade Tree shelter is set to host the event from 6 to 9 p.m. June 28 in the Dining Arroyo at Downtown Summerlin, 1980 Festival Plaza Drive. The event will feature five destinations, each representing a different countr, to offer a taste of their culture through food and beverage, dancing and entertainment. Participating restaurants in Downtown Summerlin include Fogo de Chão, CRAVE, Public School 702 and more. As diners proceed from restaurant to restaurant, they will receive a stamp on their culinary passport until it is filled, and they have been Around the World in an Evening. A silent auction is planned and is to include helicopter flights, dinners, golf packages, family fun packages and more. Guests will also be able sign up for The Shade Tree’s Leaves of Hope monthly donation program. Visit theshadetree.org/events.

Summer pastas: The class is planned from 6 to 8:30 p.m. July 12 at Ferguson Enterprises, 4175 S. Grand Canyon Drive. The session teaches how to incorporate pastas as entrees or side dishes and is $45. Register at continuingeducation.unlv.edu or by calling 702-895-3394.

Vegetarian summer favorites: The class is set from 6 to 8:30 p.m. July 19 at Ferguson Enterprises, 4175 S. Grand Canyon Drive. It teaches attendees how to prepare meatless entrees, salads and more and costs $55. Register at continuingeducation.unlv.edu or by calling 702-895-3394.

Late-night events: Ferraro’s Italian Restaurant and Wine Bar, 4480 Paradise Road, is planning a series of late-night events every Thursday. Ferraro’s will host Jazz Workshop, a traditional jazz band, in its lounge from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. In May, Ferraro’s launched Mezzanotte Grill from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m., which is planned on the restaurant’s patio and is to feature unlimited beer and pizza and house-made Italian sausages and Hofmann hotdogs. The cost is $25 per person. Subsequent Mezzanotte Grill events are planned. Call 702-364-5300.

Wine Pairing Dinners: The events honoring chef Bernard Tordjman are planned from 4 to 9 p.m. every first Wednesday at CB’s Legacy, 2021 W. Sunset Road. They are $55 per person and include food and wine specials. RSVP by calling 702-702-558-3366.

Shake Shack partnership: Shake Shack at New York-New York resort announced its charitable partnership with the Children’s Heart Foundation in Southern Nevada. Both Las Vegas Shake Shack locations also have a new local bakery partner, teaming up with The Cupcakery for two specialty concretes. Five percent of sales from the New York-New York’s location-specific frozen custard concrete All Shook Up are to benefit the Children’s Heart Foundation. At the Downtown Summerlin Shake Shack, guests can purchase the Red Velvet Rocks with 5 percent of sales benefiting Communities In Schools of Nevada. Visit chfn.org and CISNevada.org.

Vino With a View: Ascaya development is planning the event with wine tastings and refreshments from 3 to 6 p.m. Wednesdays at 1 Ascaya Blvd. Call 702-978-5800.

The Made Experience: Triple George Grill and the Mob Museum invite guests to travel back to a time when neighborhood speakeasys were a regular occurrence and classic mobsters ruled the town. The Made Experience is priced at $89 per person (two-guest minimum) and consists of a three-course prix fixe menu at Triple George Grill and a ticket to the Mob Museum. Visit tinyurl.com/madeexperience.

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