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Ten Best Places to Eat at the SEMA Show

As the center of the automotive aftermarket every year, the SEMA Show is held at the Las Vegas Convention Center annually and is recognized as the largest trade show in the automotive specialty market. Thousands of SEMA Show attendees will be making their way to Las Vegas to increase their strategic marketing and networking connections, but to enjoy the show and all the events to do and see.

If you are a car enthusiast or even have a passing interest in cars or anything automotive, chances are the SEMA Show has something for you. Unfortunately if it's your first time attending the show or you aren't prepared, your trip can become a disastrous one. One of the biggest things people ask when attending the show has to be: "Where are the best places to eat at the SEMA Show?"

This list of ten best places to eat at the SEMA Show was compiled through user interaction at the online community My Pro Street. Located near the Las Vegas Convention Center, they are within walking distance and easy to access from the parking lot or monorail.

Have any suggestions or places that we might have missed? Let us know and don't forget to check out the Ten Best Tips for the SEMA Show!

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ENVY The Steakhouse

ENVY The Steakhouse

After a long day of standing on your feet and taking in everything that the SEMA Show has to offer, sit down and unwind at ENVY. Located on Paradise Road the nearest cross street is Las Vegas Convention Center Drive, which is the main street that leads to the SEMA Show.

Classic steakhouse menu items with an excellent choice of drinks from the bar, ENVY is also a great place to dine with fellow SEMA Show attendees for a dinner meeting or casual meal.

Address :
Renaissance Las Vegas
3400 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89169

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Grill 55

Grill 55

Located in the Renaissance, Grill 55 is a great place to unwind after the show, and very close to the Las Vegas Convention Center.

Typical American fare with a great cheeseburger, Grill 55 is a good place to eat while you are attending the SEMA Show. Perfect for having a brew or mixed drink after the show, check in at Grill 55 if the lines are too long at ENVY.

Address :
Renaissance Las Vegas
3400 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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Piero’s Italian Cuisine

Piero’s Italian Cuisine

Between the Las Vegas Hotel and Casino and the Las Vegas Convention Center, Piero's provides a wonderful range of Italian dishes and a full bar.

Lamb shanks and the best dish of lasagna in Las Vegas, Piero has a full range of wines as well that harkens of days past. Piero's has excellent atmosphere and is perfect for dinner or lunch.

Address :
Renaissance Las Vegas
355 Convention Center Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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Mint Indian Bistro

Mint Indian Bistro

Mint is a bit off the beaten path if you are hungry and attending the SEMA Show. Located past E Flamingo Blvd, it's a bit of a trek if you are on foot from the Convention Center. Popular with UNLV students and tourists alike, Mint has some of the best service and flavors of Indian cuisine.

Whether you like the traditional dishes or want to try something new, Mint Bistro has the choices you want.

Address :
University, Eastside
730 E Flamingo Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89119

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Slidin' Thru

Slidin' Thru

Food trucks can be an important ally if you are attending the SEMA Show in Las Vegas. These food trucks can be found on the south side of the Convention Center or in the parking lot across the street depending on show overflow and placement of some of the exterior show cars.

Slidin' Thru is one of the more famous food trucks in Las Vegas, and their burgers are some of the best you can choose from. Quick, convenient and delicious you can see more about these guys at their Facebook page :

www.facebook.com/slidinthru

Ten Best Tips for the SEMA Show - My Pro Street

Whether you are a new SEMA show attendee, or a seasoned veteran, it's a good idea know some of the inner workings of the SEMA Show to maximize your experience. The 2015 SEMA show registration is now officially open, and the countdown to this year's largest automotive collection of minds, cars and models has begun.

Take a look at the Ten Best Tips for attending the SEMA Show for a complete guide on how to maximize your experience.

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Bahama Breeze

Bahama Breeze

For a taste of Caribbean spice and tropical flavor, head over to Bahama Breeze for a great change of pace for SEMA Show attendees.

Coconut shrimp, tropical mixed drinks and awesome jerk spice based dishes make Bahama Breeze a sure winner for anyone looking to get some food around the Convention Center.

Address :
Eastside
375 Hughes Center Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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STK Las Vegas

STK Las Vegas

If you are looking for more than just food and fare in Las Vegas during your SEMA Show, STK | Las Vegas is one of the best places in Vegas to enjoy a great meal.

Modern design and a lively atmosphere with some of the best steaks in Nevada make for a unique eating experience. Their big eye tuna is one of their best dishes that's not steak, and the Dover sole is excellent.

It's not the cheapest place to eat, but if you are coming to STK you are seeking a special dining experience.

Address :
Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas
3708 Las Vegas Blvd S
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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The Barrymore

The Barrymore

The perfect place to eat if you don't judge a book by it's cover, the Barrymore is an excellent choice that's forgotten by many Las Vegas visitors.

Truly a hidden gem that's close enough for you to walk to from the Convention Center, the Barrymore has a little bit of everything you could want for a fantastic dinner.

Address :
99 Convention Center Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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Harrie’s Bagelmania

Harrie’s Bagelmania

Looking for a great way to start your day? Check in with Harrie's Bagelmania one of the oldest breakfast eateries in Las Vegas. Taking bagels to an art form, Harrie's has a variety of different ways you can get your day started with one of their delicious bagel dishes.

East coast flavor and great tasting bialy's make for a great quick meal, for breakfast, brunch or even dinner. If you are looking for the hole in the wall place to eat for the SEMA Show, make Harrie's a must try at this year's event.

Address :
855 E Twain Ave. Ste 120
Las Vegas, NV 89109

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Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas

Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas

Have a taste of Germany while you are attending the SEMA Show by heading over to Hofbrauhaus Las Vegas directly off of Paradise Road. Great for a drink and loaded with Bavarian dishes that will bring an Oktoberfest atmosphere that's both colorful and delicious.

They go to great lengths to replicate the experience, from the traditional Beer Hall or the Beer Garden where you can enjoy yourself with a fresh tankard of ale.

Address :
4510 Paradise Rd
Las Vegas, NV 89169

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