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Inside the MGM National Harbor Casino’s Many Food Destinations

From Marcus to Fish, plus an entire food hall

Missy Frederick is the Cities Director for Eater.

Gamblers and concert-goers at the MGM National Harbor Casino certainly won’t be going hungry.

The Maryland destination will be the home to more than 15 dining destinations, including celebrity chef-driven restaurants, fast food enterprises, bars and lounges, and an entire food hall, largely comprised of international dining options. There are restaurants from chefs José Andrés (Fish), Marcus Samuelsson (Marcus, as well as in-room dining) and Michael and Bryan Voltaggio (Voltaggio Brothers Steak House), MGM in-house concepts like the Blossom and Felt Lounges, Tap Sports Bar, Ginger, and Bellagio Patisserie, and many mini-restaurants in the food hall, serving everything from ramen to banh mi to bento. There’s even a Shake Shack, as well as a crab cakes restaurant.

The $1.4 billion resort, which opens this Thursday, is more than 125,000 square feet in size. More details to come about the food later in the week, but in the meantime, take a virtual tour of several of the space’s dining options above.