There are two types of people you’ll find at Catch. The ones who came because they saw pictures of the wild, colorful, forest-like entrance, and the others who heard that this restaurant in the ARIA has some truly amazing seafood. Whichever group you’re in, you’re going to have a good time here. The fish they serve is some of the best in Vegas and the menu has dishes like salmon belly carpaccio with yuzu and hamachi spinach with sweet ponzu. It’ll all have you leaving happy enough that you won’t want to purposefully crash everyone’s photo ops.
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