World Market Center Expands On-site Dining Options

LAS VEGAS-The foodie scene hits World Market Center Las Vegas just in time for Summer 2011 Las Vegas Market, which opened yesterday.

Las Vegas Market has a new food court on the third floor of Building C, featuring nine casual dining options. "In addition to some of the more established restaurants and kiosks throughout market, our new food court in Building C allows for a more centralized location where all market attendees will have an array of dining options at their fingertips," said Michelle Monteferrante, vice president of operations for World Market Center Las Vegas. "We hope this new arrangement provides a highly effective and expedient way for exhibitors and buyers to dine, while conducting their business on the World Market Center Las Vegas campus."

This year's menus will feature foods to satiate every discerning gourmand's palate, with restaurants like Mundo on A1, offering upscale Mexican fare; Fiddler on the Roof on A3, providing kosher dishes; and Couture Confections in the new food court on C3, offering healthy variations on desserts. Island Sushi on C3 brings the East to the desert, and New World Cuisine at Worldview on Sixteen on B16 provides an upscale menu with a health-conscious twist.

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