MSC Cruises unveils the Seascape's specialty dining: Travel Weekly

The MSC Seascape will have five specialty restaurants when that ship embarks on its maiden cruise Nov. 19. 

The Seascape will feature MSC Cruises’ signature American-style steakhouse, Butcher’s Cut. Dining inside or outside, guests can order aged Linz Heritage Angus beef. The menu is inspired by the Great Plains. 

Mexican restaurant HOLA! Tacos & Cantina will be open for lunch and dinner, serving a selection of tacos, tamales, margaritas, salsas and hot sauces. The restaurant also will feature an interactive guacamole station. For dessert, HOLA! will serve chocolate-dipped ice cream tacos.

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Kaito Sushi Bar will feature a conveyor belt that constantly moves fresh sushi in front of guests, enabling them to select their favorite items. 

Kaito Teppanyaki will have eight teppanyaki grills and seat 64 guests. The community-style restaurant will feature chefs cooking Japanese dishes with flair. 

Kaito Teppanyaki will have eight teppanyaki grills and seat 64 guests.

Ocean Cay, named after MSC’s private destination in the Caribbean, will be the Seascape’s seafood restaurant.
After dinner, guests can head to Venchi 1878 for gelato, chocolate and coffee. 

Bar options include the Wine Cave, where wines are paired with a selection of cheeses. Guests can explore the ship’s wine cellar. The Sports Bar serves craft beers and classic game-time menu items. The Sky Bar cocktail lounge will have live music and ocean views, while the Champagne Bar will offer a variety of champagne and prosecco accompanied by caviar and chilled seafood.

The MSC Seascape will depart Civitavecchia, Italy, on Nov. 19 for a 17-day sailing that will end in New York on Dec. 5. The ship’s naming ceremony will happen on Dec. 7 in in New York, and then the ship will depart for Miami, its home this winter.

The Seascape will have capacity for 4,540 passengers at double occupancy, with a maximum capacity of 5,448.

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