LAS VEGAS ( MainStreet) -- The world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, the International Consumer Electronics Show, arrives in Las Vegas this week with thousands of exhibitors, a loaded calendar of events and plenty of star power (Jillian Michaels, Justin Bieber and LL Cool J will be participating, among other big-name celebrities).
For those of you needing rejuvenation and libation before figuring out the next great device or trying to find the perfect spot for a client meeting, TravelsinTaste has compiled the best list for quick, business or fine dining to suit even the busiest techie's needs:
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To start the day right, try breakfast close to the action at Bouchon in the Venetian. It's in the same complex as the exhibition halls, but reservations are not taken for breakfast, so make sure to get there early to have the most important meal of the day with Thomas Keller's chicken and waffles -- roasted chicken, bacon and chive waffles, Tahitian vanilla bean butter and chasseur sauce.If you've had enough of the technotronics and want to take a break from the show, what neighborhood joint do you stop by? Maybe you don't want it to be the most elegant, but it serves just what you want, when you want, and it is comfortable, friendly and always fun. Well, that's First Food & Bar. It's your favorite neighborhood restaurant -- on steroids. It has edgy and distinctly urban decor, amazing views and an expansive open-demonstration kitchen, and Executive Chef Sammy DeMarco brings a flair to the ordinary with his own spin on such popular dishes as Philly Cheesesteak Dumplings, Croque Monsieur Pops and his Original Mini Burgers.
|At Fleur by Hubert Keller at Mandalay Bay, the cuisine is dramatic and the cocktails have a kick too.|