Limited Seating Remains for Las Vegas’ Premier Community Dinner Series at UNCE Orchard Sept. 29

Limited Seating Remains for Las Vegas’ Premier Community Dinner Series at UNCE Orchard Sept. 29
Back by popular demand, Las Vegas’ premier community-minded dinner series, Project Dinner Table (PDT) will return this Saturday, Sept. 29 under the stars at UNCE Orchard. A team of community-minded chefs, led by chefs Geno Bernardo and Steve Piamchuntar, will deliver a four-hour, local, authentic, flavor filled, family-style dining experience benefiting Green Our Planet

The event will begin at 6 p.m., connecting 100-plus guests to celebrate community, sustainability and business through transformational conversation, phenomenal food and revelry.

Every PDT takes place outside a traditional restaurant environment at a memorable, out-of-the-ordinary location.

“After hearing from so many Project Dinner Table enthusiasts—each of whom told me how much they missed this community-building experience—I am proud to announce we’re back,” said Gina Gavin, founder, Project Dinner Table. “Our purpose has always been to help build a stronger, more sustainable, resilient community through inclusively connecting new friends with old while enjoying the culinary talents of some of the world’s best chefs at unique locations all benefiting a worthy local cause.”

Chef Geno Bernardo and the team of chefs will develop and serve a one-night-only, six-course menu* inspired by the season and location with dishes featuring locally sourced ingredients. As is PDT’s tradition, guests will sit at one, long community table draped in the event’s signature white tablecloth while enjoying a lavish, family-style dinner, being serenaded by live music and imbibing specialty libations under the stars.

This Saturday, Sept. 29

6 to 10 p.m.

University of Nevada Cooperative (UNCE) Orchard
4600 Horse Drive
North Las Vegas, NV 89084

$220 each; purchase at

Green Our Planet, a non-profit conservation organization, which operates the United States’ largest and most comprehensive school garden program.

A charitable donation will again be presented on behalf of the guests, chefs, vendors and sponsors for a minimum of $5,000. Since its inception, PDT has generated more than $110,000 in charitable donations during 29 previous dining events.