When MSC Seascape sets sail next month it will feature 20 bars and 11 eateries, including five specialty restaurants.
“We take pride in the delicious cuisine that we offer on board our cruises,” said Giovanni Guido, corporate food and beverage director, USA and Caribbean, said. “MSC Seascape will be a prime example of our focus on satisfying our guests’ tastes. There will be something to please every palate on this new ship from the authentic tacos served at HOLA! Tacos & Cantina to the freshest seafood and outstanding wine list at Ocean Cay Restaurant.”
In addition to the main restaurants, 1,169-square-foot buffet and Aurea and Yacht Club restaurants, there will be five specialty restaurants onboard.
Popular with past MSC diners, Butcher’s Cut, the line’s signature American-style steakhouse, will have an al fresco dining area along the waterfront boardwalk onboard MSC Seascape.
Fans of Mexican cuisine will enjoy the Mexican-inspired dishes at HOLA! Tacos & Cantina including a large selection of tacos, tamales and an interactive guacamole station.
At Kaito Sushi Bar, guests can grab a sushi dish that looks good to them from the conveyer belt, while at Kaito Teppanyaki guests can enjoy a meal and a show with traditional hibachi fare.
For fine dining, guests on MSC Seascape can choose Ocean Cay Restaurant, where they’ll find a selection of seafood dishes.
After dinner, guests can indulge their sweet tooth at Venchi 1878 for some gelato, chocolate and coffee.
Among the 20 bars guests will find onboard will be the Wine Cave, a Sports Bar stocked with craft beers, the rooftop Sky Bar cocktail lounge, the Champagne Bar with its array of bubbly and caviar and chilled seafood, and the Cocktail Bar.
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