Press Release
Chef Becker’s Path to Being a “Green” Foodie

Think you can’t be surprised by the many delights of Las Vegas anymore? Drop by the Flamingo and you’ll find something pretty unexpected – a garden with tables and chairs made out of recycled wooden pallets. The garden, which will grow pesticide-free produce to be served at a variety of Caesars Entertainment restaurants, is a pilot project launched by Chef William Becker, Director of Culinary Operations at Caesars Entertainment.

Chef Becker started out at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America in New York. After a traditional tour of well-known restaurants in New York, Southern California and Las Vegas, he took a detour to Southeast Asia, where he became executive chef for Shangri-La Hotel and Resorts. Eventually he returned to Las Vegas and has been in leadership roles at Caesars Entertainment ever since, heading up Food & Beverage before landing in his current role last year.

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