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Pizza-making robot tops the tech on Consumer Electronics Show menu by Centerplate at Las Vegas Convention Center

CES attendees fuel up with upgraded menu items, nitro coffee, a robot that can make 300 pizzas per hour and more at world’s biggest tech show.

The Consumer Electronics Show at the Las Vegas Convention Center last week is the world’s largest technology gathering, and Centerplate has revved up its culinary offerings to match the intensity, from pizza-making robots to succulent chicken sandwiches and more, the menu items found here are up-to-the-minute. The dining experience is overseen by Centerplate’s Chef Kristine Raymer, who aimed to create a guest-centric, user-friendly and locally authentic experience at the tech show.

As attendees check out topics ranging from virtual reality to the Internet of Things (IoT) to smart cities, artificial intelligence, digital health, gaming and more, the various food concepts developed by Raymer and her team feed their culinary cravings. Check out a few of the upgraded menu items and don’t miss the robo-pizza maker, the latest frontier of the well-loved portable slice.

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