MGM National Harbor has announced four new dining concepts for its resort that is set to open later this year near the nation’s capital.
They include Ginger, “an authentic pan Asian restaurant;” TAP Sport Bar, “featuring a menu of regionally inspired comfort food;” Bellagio Patisserie, “a European-style pastry shop” and National Market, “a casual food market showcasing 10 concepts.”
MGM National Harbor’s newly appointed Executive Chef Jason Johnston played an integral role in the development of TAP, Ginger, Bellagio Patisserie and National Market. Johnston joins the MGM National Harbor team from Las Vegas where he was executive sous chef at the AAA Five Diamond Bellagio Resort & Casino.
“The portfolio of dining options at MGM National Harbor is diverse and comprehensive and very much inspired by the setting around us,” said Johnston. “From the casual options for guests on the go to compelling concepts designed by our celebrity chef partners, the resort will have something for everyone and will become a culinary destination.”
Phil Hevener has been writing about the Nevada gaming business for more than 30 years. Email: .