Sales are now closed for this year's 50 Bites promotion ... but 50 Bites will return in Fall 2018!
Atlantic City Weekly’s 50 Bites+ returns this fall
Gosh, we hope you’re hungry.
Because Atlantic City Weekly’s annual 50 Bites+, the ultimate, interactive foodie experience, is about to commence for 2019.
The Biting begins on Oct.10 and runs for 50 days, this year ending on Nov. 27.
If you are unfamiliar with the drill, we (our crack team of food reporters) determine 50+ of the region’s best Bites that you must try before you die. And try you must — all within a 50-day period. The cost? $25. Yup you read that right — this year 50 Bites is half the price that it was any other year!
What can you expect this year that you haven’t already had the delicious pleasure of trying in the past? Well, we can’t tell you yet. What fun would that be? But let’s just say, “a lot.”
Of course, not everything is new. All the things you loved about A.C. Weekly’s event last year are returning — you will be able to take the city by storm, eating a bite at each of the restaurants, checking them off on your lanyard as you go. Wanna hit 20 in one day? Go for it. Use up all your bites and want more? Buy another pass and start your adventure all over again! And don’t forget — a portion of the proceeds will go directly to The Community Food Bank of New Jersey, Southern Branch.
This is the culinary event of the year. There is nothing like it. Don’t miss out!
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Mailing is $6 per order. No Refunds
Participating restaurants may charge tax.
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