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Atlantic City Restaurant Week Extended

More than 20 eateries are continuing Restaurant Week prices for another week

By Lori Hoffman
Add Comment Add Comment | Comments: 10 | Posted Mar. 8, 2013

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Since Atlantic City Restaurant Week started, it has been such a success, some restaurants decide to extend the event beyond the scheduled final day, which this year is Saturday, March 9. This year, 25 restaurants have announced extending the Restaurant Week fixed price three-course menu.

“Although Restaurant Week is officially over after Saturday, many of our restaurants have experienced tremendous business during what is traditionally a slow period and have decided to extend that success by offering their three-course meals beyond Restaurant Week.” says Jeff
Vasser, president of the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority (ACCVA), which produces Restaurant Week.  “We’re happy to have provided an opportunity for them to build their business.”

Participating restaurants provide three-course lunches priced at $15.13 and three-course dinners priced at $33.13, not including beverage, tax and tip.

Restaurants who are extending their 2013 menus as of this date for one week (or longer as noted) are:
6ix Bistro at Bally’s
800 Bay by Philippe
Arturo’s at Bally’s,
Assaggio!,
Atlantic City Country Club, (through March)
Atlantic Grill at Caesars
Back Bay Ale House
Casa Di Napoli at Showboat,
Crossroads at House of Blues/Showboat
Fin at Tropicana, March 10-15
Fred & Ethel’s, 1 week
Girasole Ristorante & Lounge
Il Verdi at Tropicana, March 10-15
King’s Lounge
Latz’s Lunch, Tues.-Sun.; Dinner, Thurs.-Sat.
Luke Palladino, Northfield, March 10-15.
Melting Pot
Mia at Caesars
Nanking at Bally’s
Nero’s at Caesars
Scarduzio’s at Showboat
Smithville Inn
The Inn at Sugar Hill
The Palm at Tropicana, Sun.-Fri. for lunch and dinner
The Reserve at Bally’s

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1. Sancho Panza said... on Mar 8, 2013 at 04:23PM

“Since when does the Palm serve lunch? Do they even know that they have "extended" Restaurant Week? Their Web page shows absolutely no sign of that.”

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2. Tanner said... on Mar 8, 2013 at 06:03PM

“Sancho, you should go just got back from the Palm for lunch, had the pasta and shrimp, but got a look at the steak sandwich, and the burger, and all looked very good..... take it easy on the sodas $4.00 ea and the Coffie also $4.00”

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3. Anonymous said... on Mar 9, 2013 at 02:36PM

“Yesterday we had dinner over Simon AC.when we ready to pay they told us we can not use casino comp$$$,has to be cash.Feel they cheat on me,they should tell us soons we ask restaurant week menu.”

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4. Anonymous said... on Mar 10, 2013 at 08:22AM

“Took advantage of Restaurant week two times. Last Sunday went to American Cut at Revel. Party of 6, we all raved about it. Fantastic. Wednesday night tried Amada at Revel also. Food and service was above and beyond.”

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5. DeeNice said... on Mar 10, 2013 at 02:05PM

“Went to Ram's Head Inn last Sunday. Service was great, as was the food. The portions were small...even for a Restaurant Week.

The follwiing day I tried Gallaghers (Resorts)...great service, good food, and the portion (14 oz prime rib) was a belly-buster...if I hadn't starved myself the whole day to that point.”

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6. Anonymous said... on Mar 10, 2013 at 05:38PM

“Patsys at Atlantic Club was delightful.. Even though someone above had an issue about not accepting comps for payment (@ the AC Simon). I received $20 slot play, after paying our bill in CASH! Also, they had a glass of wine as part of the $33.13. total bargain. Highly recommend!”

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7. Donna said... on Mar 10, 2013 at 08:27PM

“Went to Scarduzio's this year and last....great food and great service...Never a disappointment....Glad to see they have extended as well...”

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8. Anonymous said... on Mar 11, 2013 at 02:11AM

“King's Lounge was great, it exceeded my expectations. Presentation was eyecatching and tasty as well.”

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9. Anonymous said... on Mar 11, 2013 at 02:17AM

“King's Lounge was great, it exceeded my expectations. Presentation was eyecatching and tasty as well. Definitely a must try.”

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10. Anonymous said... on Mar 11, 2013 at 07:30PM

“Kings lounge!!! how did they get into Restuarant week!? There should be requirements!! Our meal was less than acceptable! A wasted night out to dinner! Server was very un knowledgable!!
One star- one word-dissapointed!”

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