Overseer of four Caesars Entertainment restaurants and the conqueror of several triathlons, Anthony Amoroso has taken his rightful place at the top of the culinary crop.
“The equivalent of a beer garden with Italian food.”
Are you listening, Caesars East Coast CEO Don Marrandino?
Caesars corporate executive chef Anthony Amoroso
28 West Bar and Bites, the newest dining entity at Borgata, arrived earlier this spring.
Our first opportunity to glimpse the space that would, as of Wednesday, Oct. 10, become Margate’s new Italian eatery Bocca, was early this past summer. At that time, the Ventnor Avenue property most locals recall as the former Sailfish had been stripped down to bare walls and earth.
Foodies anticipate yearly the exceptional dining event at Borgata known as Savor Borgata — An Evening with Borgata’s Culinary Masters. This year marks the fifth anniversary of this acclaimed culinary conclave of the casino’s top chefs.
If you’ve been meaning to meander over to the Tropicana to sample any — or many — of its extensive ensemble of eateries, Sunday through Thursday, Oct. 28 through Nov. 1, might be the perfect time to do it.
To begin the holiday season, we asked some of the Atlantic City-Cape May region’s finest chefs to provide us with a few of their favorite recipes, easily translated for non-professional cooks. Have fun trying them out in your kitchen.