Fish by José Andrés

From its dishes and market showcase to its design, artwork and features, patrons will feel as though they are at an upscale fish market during their dining experience at Fish, MGM National Harbor’s seafood restaurant. HAA served as associate architect of record for the space.
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Architecture / 2016

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Architectural elements such as the rope feature above the bar and mesh dividing partitions and sculptural fixtures with an oceanic theme help complete the marketplace feel."

The concept of the restaurant is a play on a Spanish Fish Market. The bar, dining and private dining areas are located inside, along with a tempura bar, fish and lobster tank and fish market. Outside, patrons will enjoy a crab cooking bar with covered dining tables, swing seats and lounge sofas.

The display of the preparation of the dishes are central to the dining experience. Wall artwork includes three underwater murals, along with an artisan painted canoe paddle wall installation. Architectural elements such as the rope feature above the bar and mesh dividing partitions and sculptural fixtures with an oceanic theme help complete the marketplace feel.

Disciplines

  • Architecture

Type(s)

  • Hospitality

Services

  • Architecture
  • Construction Contract Administration
  • Construction Documents

Client

  • MGM RESORTS DEVELOPMENT LLC

LOCATION

  • NATIONAL HARBOR, MD
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