Asian cuisine, long a requisite component of any successful casino food and beverage program, was on display at its most elevated Saturday, March 1, as Caesars Atlantic City hosted the East Coast Regional final of its Supreme Asian Chef Culinary Battles 2014 competition.
On the evening before the latest snowstorm hit the area, Atlantic City Restaurant Week began yesterday (March 2) and continues through March 8. For those you are unaware of this special yearly culinary extravaganza, more than 80 regional restaurants offer special three course menus – appetizer, entrée and dessert – for a fixed price of $33.14 for dinner and $15.14 for lunch plus beverages, tax and tip.
By Ray Schweibert
Atlantic City Country Club has epitomized the rich history of the South Jersey seashore area in many ways and for many years. Recently, and just in time for Restaurant Week, management revamped the bar at the club’s circa 1897 Tap Room Bar & Grille in custom cherry wood ...
Having endured the most harrowing winter in 20 years, Atlantic City’s upcoming Restaurant Week serves as a most appealing reminder that the promise of spring remains only a few short weeks away. With 83 eateries involved regionally ...
For the fourth annual Somers Point Restaurant Week, I decided to go to the town’s most popular restaurant while taking advantage of the bargain rates. Can there be any doubt that said restaurant is the Crab Trap, which usually manages to have lines out the door all year ‘round.
Wander in through the back door of Somers Point’s iconic Crab Trap seafood restaurant early in the morning and you might be in for a bit of a surprise.
Ask Henry Zhang, the baby-faced 40-year-old owner of Margate’s midtown restaurant Miyako, to explain the origin of his restaurant’s name and he will quickly tell you “The capital city, like Washington D.C.” Go to an online source and the definition becomes broader, drawing from three separate Japanese words: Mi (beautiful) ya (night) ko (child) — making it also a popular name for girls.