• By RYAN LOUGHLIN

1. They make a mean burger. One of our picks for the top burger in South Jersey can be found right here at the Dubliner. The somewhat oddly titled sweet chili burger is stuffed with cheese, battered and deep fried, then gets a swipe of sweet chili sauce (hardly the most notable thing about t… Read more

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  • By SCOTT CRONICK

There’s a gorgeous, upscale restaurant inside Tropicana Atlantic City that is the casino’s best-kept secret. The problem is that it’s been the casino’s best-kept secret for more than 30 years. Read more

  • By DANIELLE GOMES

On Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10 and 11, the Atlantic City Seafood Festival heads back to Bader Field. With new restaurants, more New Jersey beer than ever and lots of extra-curricular activities, “It’s going to be glorious,” says Jon Henderson of Good Time Tricycle Productions, A.C. Seafood… Read more

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  • By Scott Cronick

Yo, Cuz! It’s hard to believe it, but Martorano’s has been inside Harrah’s Resort for two years already, and as you would expect, the South Philly native is celebrating big time. Read more

  • By REBECCA KING

1. It has three dining areas. Repeat diners won’t fall into the ennui of looking at the same old decor at Caroline’s By the Bay. Caroline’s has three different dining areas: the dining room, the tavern seating and main bar, and the open air deck seating and deck bar. Read more

  • By Scott Cronick

Wolfgang Puck American Grille at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa was the place to be last weekend if you love good beer and equally good food. Executive Chef Aram Mardigian, General Manager Jeff Wray and Assistant GM Anthony Santiago worked together to pair the great beers of New Belgium Brew… Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

1. It’s better than ever. Dock’s is an Atlantic City institution. Perhaps the ultimate Atlantic City institution. Opening its doors in 1897, it holds the proud distinction of being one of the oldest restaurants in the city. Recently completing an impressive and extensive remodel, Dock’s look… Read more

  • By RYAN LOUGHLIN

Whether we choose to admit it or not, buffets generally come with a certain stigma attached to them. Generally speaking, the expected trade off is that for sampling as much food as you like while stuffing yourself to capacity, that the overall quality of the dishes will be lower than at a tr… Read more

  • By Pamela Dollak

Pleasantville keeps its Bayview Summer Series alive with a sunset wine tasting 6:30 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 25, at Lakes Bay Marina, located on the 300 block of E. Bayview Avenue next to the yacht club. Sample fine wine selections by Vermeil Wines, DiMatteo Vineyards and Hawk Haven Vineyar… Read more