More than 20 eateries are continuing Restaurant Week prices for another week
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,
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
Latz’s Lunch, Tues.-Sun.; Dinner, Thurs.-Sat.
Luke Palladino, Northfield, March 10-15.
Mia at Caesars
Nanking at Bally’s
Nero’s at Caesars
Scarduzio’s at Showboat
The Inn at Sugar Hill
The Palm at Tropicana, Sun.-Fri. for lunch and dinner
The Reserve at Bally’s
Arriving on a foggy, windswept midday at Atlantic City’s landmark Knife and Fork Inn, valet traffic for the venerable eatery — offering lunch Friday only — was backed up on Atlantic Avenue.
The statement didn't say if Vasser will be replaced at the ACCVA.
The success of 2013’s Atlantic City Restaurant Week was made apparent to this writer during its first few hours.
Nearly 80 restaurants in Atlantic County are offering dining deals for the fifth annual culinary bonanza March 3-9.
Atlantic City Restaurant Week afforded me the opportunity to make a return visit to the AC Country Club, for lunch at the elegant Tap Room Bar and Grill along with my culinary cohort Sally. Restaurant Week features three course lunches for $15.13 plus beverages, tax and tip and dinners for $33.13.
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