4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You’re Attending CES

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4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You're Attending CESPhoto Credit: MB STEAK

CES, the largest most influential technology convention in the world, is finally here in Las Vegas.


The one thing about week-long conventions that most won’t understand unless you’ve been to one, is how tiring it becomes to walk all day. Sometimes you have run from one scheduled event to another event on the other side of the building. If you’ve ever been to the Las Vegas Convention Center, then you’ve witnessed its immaculate size of approximately 3.2 million square feet with exhibit space of 2 million square feet and meeting spaces of nearly 250,000 square feet. And if you’re an exhibitor, aside from setting up, you’re also exhibiting. With exhaustion in mind, these # restaurants in Las Vegas have created special drinking and dining menus just for you to enjoy at the end of your busy CES days.

1. LA CAVE

4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You're Attending CESPhoto Credit: LA CAVE

CES attendees visiting La Cave at Wynn Las Vegas can enjoy a three-course prix fixe menu available from Tuesday, Jan. 9 through Friday, Jan. 12 at their the food and wine hideaway. Prepared by Executive Chef William DeMarco, La Cave’s CES menu is priced at $65 per person. It begins with a baby kale salad mixed with shaved apple, goat cheese, and almond vinaigrette. Bacon-wrapped dates with blue cheese fondue will be served for the second course, while the main course will feature American Wagyu skirt steak with baby zucchini and truffle gremolata. A dessert trio, priced at $9, will feature some of La Cave‘s most popular selections.


 

2. BEER PARK

4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You're Attending CESPhoto Credit: BEER PARK

BEER PARK at Paris Las Vegas has the coolest ‘Data on Draft’ beer flight from Tuesday, Jan. 9 through Friday, Jan. 12. The flight features six-ounce pours of four select craft brews, with options including Elysian-Space Dust IPA, Firestone-Pivo Pils, Golden Road, Kona-Big Wave, Shock Top-Sunset Orange and more for only $14. BEER PARK offers incredible escaping views of the Fountains of Bellagio and fun games unwind with like billiards, foosball, and oversized yard games including Jenga and Connect Four.


 

3. MB STEAK

4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You're Attending CES

MB Steak welcomes CES at their Hard Rock Hotel & Casino location with stone crab and cocktails from Tuesday, Jan. 9 through Friday, Jan. 12. Executive Chef Patrick Munster will prepare fresh, jumbo Florida stone crab claws with signature MB sauce. Recommended pairings include selections from MB Steak‘s extensive wine list, along with premium spirits and craft cocktails. Other MB Steak signature items include select wagyu cuts; a double porterhouse, sliced for two; the Strauss veal chop; and a chilled seafood platter with Maine lobster tail, Alaskan King crab, jumbo shrimp, and east and west coast oysters. This restaurant is secluded from the property and offers their own valet entrance.


 

4. TREVI

4 Relaxing Places To Eat And Drink If You're Attending CESPhoto Credit: TREVI ITALIAN RESTAURANT

Let this restaurant take you to another country for a little while. TREVI is an Italian restaurant inside The Forum Shops at Caesars Palace with a delicious special menu for CES attendees. Guest will enjoy with short rib and Maine lobster ravioli from Tuesday, Jan. 9 through Friday, Jan. 12. Executive Chef Jose Navarro will prepare short rib and Maine lobster ravioli doppio, an Italian twist on surf and turf. House-made pasta will be filled with tender 12-hour braised short rib and Maine lobster, glazed with lobster sauce and braising for only $34.

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