Once the rain moved on it turned out to be a beautiful weekend in Atlantic City. This reporter had the opportunity on Friday evening to spend an evening at Revel starting off with a meal of outstanding tapas at one of Jose Garces’ signature restaurants as the casino, Amada, followed by a trip to Ivan Kane’s Royal Jelly Burlesque.
With a singer strumming her guitar and singing "Cheeseburger in Paradise" on the ocean-facing rear deck, the Jimmy Buffett themed LandShark Bar & Grill at Resorts was open for a few hours Saturday, May 18, as a sneak preview of summer fun to come. The new Margaritaville themed complex at Resorts will be rolling out its sandy red carpet for the public at large Memorial Day Weekend.
Some like it crisp with tomato and lettuce in a sandwich, some like it on everything from a hamburger to a wrap for sweet scallops, but there are few people who don’t like bacon. Tropicana will fulfill your bacon-centric culinary dreams with its first ever Bacon Week Sunday, May 12 through Saturday, May 18.
With the sun in full force, and the occasional wind gust, it was a typical spring day on the Atlantic City Boardwalk, which was just what was hoped for to help make the inaugural DO AC Wine Promenade a success.
Sleek, elegant and sophisticated, Jose Garces’ flagship restaurant at Revel, Amada, also serves as a sort of linchpin element for the resort itself. Just steps off the casino floor, Amada is the second eatery — after the newly relocated Lugo, in space that was originally One — most visitors encounter venturing through Atlantic City’s newest casino.
At the intersection of Ocean Heights Avenue and Zion Road, hidden within a strip mall next to Cumberland Farms, El Coyote Southwest Grill opened in November 2011.
Walking into Kelsey’s on Pacific Avenue in Atlantic City early evening this past Saturday, we were initially greeted by the booming, emotive strains of gifted vocalist Jackie Greggs, performing on an elevated stage left of the entrance. What is it they say about first impressions?