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Where to Eat at the Brand New MGM National Harbor

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It’s a casino, spa, resort, theater, art gallery, fitness center, and conservatory; but if you only go to the MGM National Harbor to only satisfy your hunger, you will still leave a very happy camper. The brand new (one month old) gigantic resort along the Potomac River is only seven miles from the Capitol and has brought a group of notable chefs from around the world “home” to where several of them began, to open scores of fine dining restaurants and fast-casual eateries. You could eat for weeks inside this cavernous building and never repeat a taste.

Some of the best restaurants at the resort include Marcus, owned by Ethiopian-born and Swedish-bred Marcus Samuelsson, whose Harlem restaurant Red Rooster is already known for its unique African and Southern U.S. influences. His shrimp and grits, Obama’s Short Ribs, and Whole Bird Royale, consisting of a whole moist chicken first baked then fried with a delicious crust, come with life-changing biscuits, mac and cheese, flavored collard greens and gravy, and should be shared by the whole table. Samuelsson originated the farm-to-bed plan in which his incredible dishes can be brought directly to your resort room.

Voltaggio Brothers Steakhouse brings Maryland-born Voltaggio brothers Bryan and Michael together, in a space decorated to resemble their home, for timeline cocktails in the library (we enjoyed the circa 1670 Milk Punch, a Ben Franklin favorite with seven spirits, pineapple, oolong tea, bitters, and spices). The expected steaks come in every form, including the wagyu, similar to Japanese kobe, in which the meat is massaged in beer for days. But the side dishes are the imaginative touch, reinvented into creamed spinach topped with white Cheddar foam; and Tom Kha Thai soup mingled with lobster bisque, among other delicious offerings.

MGM’s sports bar TAP, orchestrated by executive chef Henry Dudley, brings his grandmother Lily’s incredible Creole gumbo to the table with dark roux, seafood broth, shrimp, smoked sausage, okra, sticky rice, and dried sassafras leaves. Pair this and his version of a Philadelphia cheesesteak with one of the 48 draft beers and 24 exports and seasonal craft brews for an unforgettable meal.

Then there’s executive pastry chef Sylvain Bortolini, originally from Nice, France, and later Bellagio in Las Vegas, who turns his chocolate artistry into magical edibles at the MGM National Harbor patisserie.

All of the chefs here, including José Andrés of the delightful Fish restaurant, are not only renowned for their preference to local food and produce — in this case, the Chesapeake Bay — but they are all involved charitably in some way and most have programs in place to help feed the needy in the D.C. area.

If you can’t find the perfect meal here, you surely won't find it anywhere else.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.


Before You Go All In: Guide to Getting to the MGM National Harbor Casino

By Megan Yoder &bull Published December 7, 2016 &bull Updated on December 8, 2016 at 12:12 pm

So, you want to check out the new MGM National Harbor resort and casino. but how do you get there? If you live in D.C., it might seem like a daunting task to get out to National Harbor. Even if you're not far, you may not want to deal with traffic or feel apprehensive about parking.

We've broken down what you need to know if you plan to test your luck at the tables, see a show or just relax in the massive resort after it opens Thursday night.

Local

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If you opt to drive there, here's the address for your GPS: 101 Harborview Ave., Oxon Hill, Maryland.

It's free to park your car yourself during the casino's opening period, although you'll have to pay in the future. The casino has a massive underground parking garage with five entrances and exits.

Valet parking is available 24 hours a day it will cost $25 for up to 12 hours and $45 for 12 to 24 hours. Guests staying at the hotel who use valet parking will be able to drive in and out as they wish.

You can always take a taxi if you don't want to drive yourself. Use the designated pickup and dropoff area on Hotel Drive to call an Uber or Lyft. MGM has also partnered with Uber to offer guests the opportunity to share their ride with someone else.

Metrorail, Metrobus & The Bus:

If you're coming from D.C., you may not want to break the bank on a taxi rode. But if no one volunteers for DD duty, you can always take public transportation. You can catch Metrobuses that will take you to the casino directly from two different Metro stations.

From the King Street Metro station (Blue and Yellow lines), you can take the NH2 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop. This is a new bus line implemented by Metro in October.

From the Southern Avenue Metro station (Green Line), take the NH1 Metro Bus four stops to the MGM National Harbor stop.

If you're coming from nearby, you can take TheBus, Prince George's County's bus service. Routes 35 and 35s have stops near the casino. Route 35 also comes from the Southern Avenue Metro station. TheBus accepts payment in cash or via SmarTrip card fares are $1.25.

If you're feeling adventurous and want to take the scenic route, travel to the resort via water taxi. The Potomac Riverboat Company offers water taxis from Alexandria and the National Mall to National Harbor.



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