Dine Arounds

Join Parking Peers & Industry Leaders For Good Food & Conversation

Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Starting at 6 p.m.

Get a Seat at the Table—Join Your Colleagues for this One-of-a-Kind Networking Event

A hallmark of the NPA Convention. Tabletalk. Whether this is your 1st event or you join us every year. Casual dine arounds bring parking pros together.

Network and enjoy an evening out with your parking peers and industry leaders. The Dine Around is a great way to meet new colleagues, make new friends, and join a stimulating night of conversation and discussion.

How it works: Pick from one of the restaurants listed below when you register for convention. The $75 non-refundable deposit guarantees your spot at the Dine Around and is applied to the dinner check; everyone splits the balance at the event. It is a pay-as-you-go, split-the-check event.

Groups will meet at 6:00 p.m. to depart for 6:30 p.m. reservations. These premium networking dinners will be fully booked before convention.

Limited seating. Only 10 per dinner.

Get a seat at a table, register today >>
 


Hells Kitchen at Caesars Palace

Address: 3570 Las Vegas Boulevard South
Phone: (866) 227-5938
Reservation fee: $75 (applied towards your meal)

Drawing inspiration from the global hit reality television show starring world-renowned Chef Gordon Ramsay, guests will feel like they are on the studio set.

Located in front of Caesars Palace, the restaurant seats more than 300 guests including two chef’s tables, floor to ceiling windows overlooking the famous Las Vegas Strip, red and blue design details in the show kitchen, a private dining room and a contemporary bar serving the latest trends in mixology. The Red and Blue kitchens serve up modern lunch and dinner menus including Hell’s Kitchen signature dishes made with the highest quality ingredients.

Address: 3570 Las Vegas Blvd South
Phone: (702) 731-7560
Reservation fee: $75 (applied towards your meal)
 
A bit of East Coast steakhouse tradition is reinvented at Caesars Palace with the Las Vegas outpost of New York City landmark Old Homestead. Brothers Marc and Greg Sherry, whose family has been associated with the original Old Homestead (est. 1868) for decades, gives Vegas a taste of its fine cuts and storybook history.

Complemented by sultry décor, dark woods and burgundy leather booths, Old Homestead's urban dining room and bar feels like a familiar comfort. (The glass wine cellar holding 15,000 bottles doesn't hurt, either.)
 
 

 

 

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