8 Places to Eat in Vegas During CES 2023

By : Brenda Lopez


There’s no better way to celebrate the new year than with the most influential tech event in the world. With over 100,000+ expected attendees, CES is back in Las Vegas on January 5-8, 2023 for another year of the latest in-person tech innovations and product launches. 

Between thousands of exhibitors, show floor stages, and keynote speakers, looking for good places to eat can feel like an added chore. 

Look no further – below are eight spots on The Strip to check out during your time at CES! 

Where to:

  • Grab a Breakfast Bite Mon Ami Gabi Start your day off with a Parisian breakfast at Mon Ami Gabi, located in the Paris Las Vegas hotel. This classic restaurant offers staple French dishes and a variety of breakfast options – all for a reasonable price. Snag a seat inside for a quiet breakfast or people-watch from the comfort of the patio.
  • Meet Between Sessions Bar Parasol Meet up with other industry professionals at Bar Parasol, a Wynn Las Vegas lounge, formerly known as Parasol Down. The perfect spot for a quick chat with clients while sipping on crafted cocktails and enjoying caviar-inspired delectables.
  • Have the Happiest of Hours Bardot Brasserie Owned by Michael Mina, a James Beard award winner, this French Brasserie is the perfect place to meet partners and clients alike for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. The happy hour menu contains generous pours and light bites, such as tartines, oysters, and poutine that’ll make you wish you also booked a dinner reservation.
  • Wine and Dine NoMad Library Invite your best-loved clients to an intimate dinner at the sophisticated NoMad Library in the Park MGM, whose inspiration derives from the Library of NoMad New York. This intricate American restaurant sets a polished and professional tone with a 25,000-volume book collection encapsulated in a three-story library. From inventive small plates to large-format dishes, like their roast chicken dinner, there’s something for everyone!
  • Satisfy Your Seafood Craving Estiatorio Milo Dive into a sea of flavors at Estiatorio Milos, an elegant Greek restaurant offering fresh seafood flown in daily from the Mediterranean. Located at the Venetian Resort, this eatery has an in-house fish market where you can choose your favorite type of protein and select how it’s prepared to your liking.
  • Eat, Drink & Be Merry Best Friend by Roy Choi Bringing the streets of LA to Vegas, this hip and high-energy Korean barbecue joint is the perfect spot to enjoy great food after an eventful day. Head through a decorative freezer door of their liquor-inspired storefront entrance to the main dining area, where LA and Vegas-inspired dishes, from short rib tacos and aguachile to bone-in ribeye and lobster tails, await you.
  • Pasta, Please Sinatra After seeing the latest and greatest in electronics, make your way to Sinatra for a classic Italian fine-dining experience inspired by the Chairman of the Board. Enjoy some of Frank’s favorites, such as the spaghetti and clams or veal Milanese, while enveloped by swing music and memorabilia.
  • Unwind After a Long Day Here Kitty Kitty Vice Den Behind Famous Food Street Eats in the Resorts World Las Vegas hotel lies a sophisticated speakeasy serving Singaporean cocktails with inspiration from the Prohibition Era. You’ll need to look for the secret door at Fuhu Cha Chaan Teng to get in. We won’t tell you the secret password, but we’ll give you a hint: think like a cat.

Before you go, read our CEO’s 2022 year in review. We look forward to seeing you at CES 2023!