Catch Aria Resort & Casino Catch
Aria Resort & Casino
3730 Las Vegas Blvd. S. (Harmon Ave.)
Las Vegas, NV 89109
Cuisine: Seafood / Asian / American
Las Vegas outpost of Catch at Aria Resort & Casino.
Openings: Dinner nightly, Brunch Sat.-Sun.


Catch, Las Vegas, NV

Catch Restaurant Review:

About the restaurant & décor: Catch is known for attracting A-listers at its locations in Los Angeles, NYC and Playa Del Carmen. The Las Vegas outpost at Aria Resort & Casino, situated off the casino near the lobby, has bright neon letters spelling out the restaurant's name that greet you as you go into a lighted walkway. Inside, the décor features an olive tree beneath its own glass roof, accents of teal and azure blue, and wood flooring made of reclaimed red and white oak.

Likes: As you enter through the opulent 80-foot-long arched pergola lined with twinkling foliage overhead and vibrant, bloom-infused flower walls (which is three times longer than the one in L.A.), you’ll likely want to have your picture taken in one of the photo nooks, but may have to wait your turn as it seems to be the thing to do.
Dislikes: While the beverage program is well-rounded with ample choices in regards to wine, cocktails and spirits, beer appears to be an afterthought, with only five options, none of which are local brews.

Food & Drinks: Starters we recommend are the Catch ceviche with Alaskan king crab, Maine lobster, shrimp, scallop, mango and blood orange ponzu; and roasted tri-colored beets with goat cheese foam, candied walnuts and shaved radish. Seafood is guaranteed to be fresh, as it arrives daily, so consider the sautéed wild-caught snapper with lobster mash or herb-roasted branzino with cream vegetable basmati. A treat for carnivores is the thinly-sliced A5 Japanese Miyazaki Wagyu with yuzu soy and garlic oil, which you cook to your liking on a sizzling hot stone. An over-the-top dessert is the “Hit Me” chocolate cake that you smash to release the decadent liquid “Klondike” bar perched atop a brownie, devil’s food cake and roasted white chocolate ice cream. The wine list, modeled after the one at the L.A. Catch, includes around 250 wines mainly from Argentina, California and Italy. There is also an extensive saké, tequila, bourbon, Cognac, whiskey and Scotch selection; and cocktails like the “One Too Many” with strawberry-infused Absolut Elyx, Lillet rosé, coconut, avocado and lime.

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