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Food Bridges People as Much as Language

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In celebration of AAPI Heritage month, we highlight SR Executive Chef Sean Kinoshita.

Food has a remarkable ability to unite and provide a platform to share our unique experiences, whether it’s within the confines of a restaurant, a stadium, or even at the dinner table. Sean Kinoshita, Senior Executive Chef for Levy at Allegiant Stadium, loves using food as a window into his Hawaiian culture and heritage:

“Food bridges people as much as language. Being in Las Vegas, an area with a lot of fellow Hawaiians, I have the unique opportunity to create dishes that could remind some guests of what they used to eat growing up, while giving others a completely new experience that reflects my background,” says Chef Kinoshita.

About Levy Restaurants

Passion is a great gift, and we have a lot of gifted people. Our contagious enthusiasm stimulates minds, engages senses and touches hearts. Each guest is greeted with a warm welcome, served with pride and extended a heartfelt invitation to return. Experience legendary dining and the fire in our bellies that makes every occasion spent with us extraordinary. “Even though we’ve been around for over 30 years, we live each day with the same values of the family company born with D.B. Kaplan’s Deli in 1978.”​ – ANDY LANSING, PRESIDENT & CEO

Want food for thought? We think about food 24/7/365. It inspires us to be true restaurateurs, delivering dining at its best wherever we are; restaurants, stadiums, racetracks, hotels, convention centers and amazing special events. We’ve even taken that enthusiasm across the pond, expanding the Levy Difference to venues throughout the United Kingdom. Our sense of personal pride motivates managers and chefs to act as if it’s their name on the door. Bottom line? We love what we do and know you will too. Learn more here .

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