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Seablue Now Available for Private Events; More

The sign is already gone from Seablue.
The sign is already gone from Seablue.
[Photos: Susan Stapleton]

The MGM Grand is undergoing somewhat of a renaissance with new hotel rooms, restaurants and more coming. Already, Michael Mina’s Seablue closed on Aug. 6, now waiting and available for private events until a new concept can be decided. Mina, spotted last Thursday night at his restaurant American Fish at Aria, says he’s still working with MGM Grand staff on a new concept.

MGM Grand president Scott Sibella said in a recent interview that Seablue could become a pub, also run by Mina.

Most of the signs for Seablue have already been removed from the front of the restaurant, but inside, little of the space has changed.

In the meantime, much of the signage at MGM Grand is being replaced with newer and simpler designs that separate the casino into new quadrants — The Central, The District, The Underground and The Lobby, which remains the same.

Hakkasan will be the focal point of The Central. The Underground will include Project Pie and another restaurant rumored to join Brad Garret's Comedy Club down there. The District includes Shibuya and the food court, of course.
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Hakkasan Las Vegas Nightclub

3799 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (702) 891-3838 Visit Website

Shibuya

4774 Park Granada, , CA 91302 (818) 225-1560

Seablue

3799 Las Vegas Boulevard S, Las Vegas, NV 89109 702-891-3486 Visit Website

Michael Mina

3600 South Las Vegas Boulevard, , NV 89109 (866) 259-7111 Visit Website

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