CES blends food and technology for some tasty dishes

Panini, one of many food options at Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, photo provided by Centerplate
Panini, one of many food options at Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center, photo provided by Centerplate /

The annual Consumer Electronics Show might be the pinnacle in technology, but the food at the Las Vegas Convention Center might steal the show.

As excitement builds over the annual Consumer Electronics Show, guests might be just as excited about the food offerings at the Las Vegas Convention Center as the technology unveiled on the show floor. Since trade show guests get very hungry learning about the newest innovations, Centerplate and Chef Kristine Raymer have curated a plethora of tasty dishes that could temp people away from that augmented reality for a bite of deliciousness.

Centerplate’s Chef Kristine Raymer is definitely impressing guests at this year’s CES. The Filipino chef found her passion for cooking from both her mom and watching French legends, like Jacques Pepin and Julia Child on television.

This year’s food options blend locally authentic choices with guest friendly dishes. From variety to pushing flavor boundaries, the choices pair well with the technology offered on the trade show floor.

Anyone who has attended a trade show understands that the days will be long. Luckily, Centerplate has lots of breakfast and coffee options. This year, LVCC will offer new breakfast burritos, breakfast sandwiches and the return of the favorite vegetable panini.

Additionally, Ace’s Five Spot Coffee will have new espresso machines. Everyone definitely needs some caffeine boosts to make it through all the exhibits and announcements.

In a new offering, Nitro Coffee will have self-serving, nitro coffee a couple of locations. Coffee lovers have been drawn to nitrogen coffee options for the smooth, satisfying taste.

Since CES kicks off the New Year, Centerplate has found ways to help guests keep those healthy eating resolutions. One of the new food trucks, 50 Shades, offers healthy food options. Also, Grill Kosher is offering healthier options.

Also, Centerplate is adding more sushi. Throughout the show, sushi is a popular choice for guest. With more chefs preparing fresh sushi, everyone can grab their favorite roll to go.

Probably the most talked about food item from the Consumer Electronics show will be the Robotic Pizzamaking Technology. Centerplate will debut the Picnic technology robotic pizzamaker. Everyone will want to have a slice, just because.

These food choices are just a few of the many options at the Las Vegas Convention Center during CES. From hot dogs to burritos and a variety in between, there are definitely a multitude of dishes that will satisfy.

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What is your favorite food to eat at CES? Do you have any tips for a CES newbie?