Mott 32 opens first U.S. location at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas

Located in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, its design was by London- and Hong Kong-based practice Joyce Wang Studio.
Located in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, its design was by London- and Hong Kong-based practice Joyce Wang Studio. Photo credit: Mott 32

Hong Kong restaurant Mott 32 has opened its first property within the U.S.

Located in The Venetian Resort Las Vegas, the eatery's design was by London- and Hong Kong-based practice Joyce Wang Studio.

Launched by restaurant group Maximal Concepts, the property draws its name from the New York address of Manhattan’s first Chinese grocery, which first opened in 1851 as the seed that would grow into Chinatown. Expanding on the design of Mott 32 locations in Hong Kong and Vancouver, the design firm infused the space with a New York industrial aesthetic and classic Chinese elements. Nods to Sin City include dining tables crafted from vintage roulette wheels and chandeliers accented with feather boas that establish a playful sense of place.

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Based in Hong Kong, the chain also has a location in Vancouver and plans to open another in Bangkok. The new Las Vegas restaurant is located on the casino floor of The Palazzo at The Venetian Resort Las Vegas.

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