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16-Course Fine-Dining – 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea, Las Vegas

Lost Spirits and Chef Taylor Persh are Delighted to Launch a 16-Course Dining Experience Located Within the Lost Spirits Immersive Theatre & Show Space at Area15 in Las Vegas, Nevada

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea Fine Dining at Lost Spirits Distillery Las Vegas located at AREA15

Emerging and rapidly growing entertainment company, Lost Spirits announces the launch of its new fine-dining restaurant, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, on March 12.  The 16-course dining experience is inspired by, and named after, the Belle Époque novel and takes diners through Jules Verne’s iconic book reimagined as an immersive restaurant.

The dining room and kitchen are located within the dreamscape of tasting rooms at Lost Spirits Distillery, located at AREA15, Las Vegas’ newest immersive event and entertainment district.  With just one seating of 12 people weekly, all meals are personally prepared by Chef Taylor Persh.  

“It is an honor and pleasure to announce this very special space,” says Lost Spirits creator & CEO Bryan Davis. “Immersive dining experiences, at this level, are so few and far between that we are delighted to add one to the growing number of options in Las Vegas.”  

“As a chef who eats, drinks, and sleeps fine dining, the hardest part of creating a new restaurant is imagining what I am going to do that hasn’t been done before.  I’m delighted that in all my research, I have never seen anything quite like this experience, outside of our former restaurant Fish or Flesh in Los Angeles,” says Chef Taylor Persh.   

20,000 Leagues Under the Sea is, in many ways, a sequel to Los Angeles based Fish or Flesh, an Island of Dr. Moreau themed restaurant created by the same team.  Fish or Flesh won high critical praise in 2019 & 2020.

Chef Taylor Persh has spent over a decade in the culinary world – her professional experience comes from Bazaar by Jose Andres, Bestia and Trois Mec.

Guests of 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea will be treated to a one-of-a-kind experience, from the Georges Méliès inspired dining room, to exotic dishes including uni crème brûlée and nori bonbons.  Outside the dining room, guests are free to enjoy the immersive shows and performances within Lost Spirits which include acrobats, burlesque performances, jazz singers and clowns.  

Reservations to the 16-course fine-dining menu includes show tickets to Lost Spirits and strong drinks and cocktails. To learn more about Lost Spirits and 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea visit online here: www.lostspirits.net & www.twentythousandleagues.com