Upscale seafood restaurant headed to Aria Resort & Casino

Seafood restaurant Catch is headed to Las Vegas. Photo credit: Aria Resort & Casino

Aria Resort & Casino will debut Catch Las Vegas in fall 2018. Known for attracting A-listers from around the world, the restaurant’s debut on The Strip will bring epic renditions of opulent seafood, sushi and steak and a something-for-everyone dining experience with seamless transitions and an elevated, interactive atmosphere from early evening to prime-time dinner, late night and special events. 

“Launching Catch in Las Vegas will further elevate Aria as one of the city's premier dining destinations,” said Ari Kastrati, MGM Resorts International SVP of food-and-beverage. “Having been a fan of what they’ve done in New York City and Hollywood, we jumped at the opportunity to bring Catch to Aria. The vibe of the space is terrific and will offer unforgettable experiences for our guests.”  

The Catch Las Vegas menu will include globally inspired high-end seafood selections such as the Catch roll, truffle sashimi, wagyu on a rock and Cantonese lobster. The bar program will feature handcrafted cocktails and a curated wine list.

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"We are thrilled to bring Catch to Las Vegas, especially at Aria, which will allow us to create a high-energy, indoor-outdoor dining experience unlike anything else on the Strip," said Mark Birnbaum, Catch Hospitality Group co-founder.

Catch will open in the barMASA and Tetsu restaurant space, which will close April 2.

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