Unveiling a new line of eateries, McCormick Place has paired technology with freshness.
Just in time for the International Housewares Show, conventioneers got their first look of the new 23rd Street Café & Market, which features fresh, healthy selections prepared daily.
The Café & Market is operated by SAVOR…Chicago. SAVOR, part of SMG, took over food service operations at McCormick Place in September 2011.
Meats served in the 23rd Street Café & Market are raised without antibiotics (ABF), and many food items served are locally sourced. Some of the items are grown in the rooftop garden set atop the West Building of McCormick Place.
The café features both a sit-down traditional dining option and a “grab-and-go” option for convention attendees. In addition, technology is part of the Café’s experience.
Attendees can use one of four self-checkout stations to scan their items and complete payment via credit card.
Meanwhile, patrons wanting a more relaxed casual dining experience use touchscreen kiosks in either English or Spanish to place their orders.
For more information, visit savorchicagomcpl.com.