If you haven’t heard about our 50 Bites+ deal yet, where have you been? Between our pre-sales, Facebook and Twitter posts and last week’s Atlantic City Weekly special edition, which included all of the 62 bites and why we love them so much, you have to be living under a rock to not know abou…
Sales are now closed for this year's 50 Bites promotion ... but 50 Bites will return in Fall 2016!
Atlantic City Weekly’s 50+ Things You Have to Eat in Atlantic City
Last year AC Weekly brought you the awesome and quite satisfying interactive event 50 Bites, where Scott Cronick selected the 50 Things that everyone should eat in Atlantic City before they die.
This year, however, it’s back – and it’s bigger than before. Get ready for 50 Bites+!
This time around, there will be more than 50 bites in more than 50 places – and we even venture a bit outside of Atlantic City and into Atlantic County – where so many restaurants there got jealous that they weren’t in on the fun in 2015.
Yes, passes are still 50 Bucks or two for $90 – even though there are more than 50 Places! It’s now 62 Places!
All-access passes entitle you to try sample versions of all 50 Bites+ starting Oct. 13 through Dec. 1. Just show the pass when you visit every restaurant on the list to receive their sample bite. Those with passes will be entitled to inexpensive upgrades to full portions, drink specials and much more – such as $4 beers, $5 house wines and $6 house cocktails in Tango’s and 10 North at Tropicana and free admission to Boogie Nights on Thursdays and Fridays, or $7 Sake Mojitos at Izakaya at Borgata.
The 50 Bites + will be revealed on Sept. 22, which is also when you can order your passes online. Another bonus: a portion of all proceeds will go to the South Jersey Chefs Association and the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Southern Branch.
Need more convincing? Read our FAQ for everything you need to know about 50 Bites+. 50 Days. 50 Bucks.
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mailing is $6 per order. No Refunds
Participating restaurants may charge tax.