2008 Pacific Life Open Indian Wells Hospitality Packages

A partnership with Chicago-based Levy Restaurants, recognized as one of the country’s fastest growing and most critically acclaimed restaurant companies brings excitement to the dining options at the Pacific Life Open.


Levy Restaurants’ team of culinary experts brings innovation from award-winning restaurants and renowned sports venues and events to create a spectacular dining experience for you and your guests. Menus inspired by local cuisine, regional favorites and seasonal specialties will let you savor every moment from the first serve to the last match.

We’re looking forward to welcoming you and your guests to an exciting culinary line-up and a focus on stellar service!

While you enjoy some of the best tennis in the world, enjoy your Premium Dining Experience brought to you in your stadium suite, premium stadium box or private hospitality areas.

Treat your VIP guests to a top notch experience with selections such as our signature crab cakes, grilled asparagus with swirls of lemon aioli and English trifle rich with cream and berries. Executive Chef Gilbert Verdugo and his team of culinary experts have selected the freshest ingredients to prepare a meal that will serve up an ace! Come fur lunch and stay through dinner as the options are plentiful for a full day of tennis and nourishment!

VIP Hospitality-This program is a customized program designed to provide either private or shared hospitality.

    The key components associated with these programs include:
  • Stadium suite seating
  • Premium Stadium box seat seating
  • Private Hospitality areas
  • Private golf tournament or play
  • Private tennis clinic

Contact Peggy Michel for more information, (760) 200-8400 or PMichel@iwtg.net


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