Party like it’s the zombie apocalypse at Guy Fieri’s Chophouse’s “Dining with the Dead” dinner 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, at Bally’s Atlantic City. The theme for the evening is “spooky,” with a full black out party and cool lighting effects sure to knock the blood back into your veins.
Costumes are a must for the zombie-themed dinner party is a must for costumes, with “Walking Dead” attire highly encouraged. Dress up as your favorite character or wear all black to compliment the lighting effect. While mingling with other zombies or walkers, enjoy a six-course dinner menu paired with hand-crafted cocktails, such as Hangman Lemonade and Blood Orange Margarita. Appetizers include “Pushing up the Dead” mushrooms, topped with brie crostini, tomato puree, spicy greens, and champagne vinaigrette. And dessert? A tasty dish of “Head Shot” vanilla panna cota “Brain,” with “Bloody” raspberry sauce and biscotti “Bones.”
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The dining event is $89 per person, with cocktails included, plus tax, gratuity and fees. Attendees must be 21 or older with ID. Bally’s is located at Park Place and the Boardwalk. To order your tickets, go to NightOut.com.
Cooper Levenson dances the night away to raise funds for Puerto Rico
Cooper Levenson organized a dance party to raise much-needed funds for Puerto Rico residents in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at Resorts Casino Hotel.
“We have several staff members with family in Puerto Rico who are facing insurmountable odds,” said Ken Calemmo, chief operating officer of Cooper Levenson. “We wanted to do what we could to help. Resorts Casino stepped up in a huge way to produce this event and we are grateful for their assistance in making it all happen.”
The event included live music by Jimmy Jorge and the Latin Express, a Salsa dance lesson by LaPalma Dance Studio, performances by Arlin’s Dance Academy teachers and Latin dance troupe, traditional Puerto Rican food by Resorts, and a special presentation of funds raised by the staff of Seashore Gardens Living Center.
Sponsors for the event included Resorts Casino Hotel, a Mohegan Sun Property, AtlantiCare, Fulton Bank of New Jersey, The Finkel Group, a Merrill Lynch firm, the Greater Atlantic City Chamber of Commerce, the Press of Atlantic City, SNJ Today, PhotoGraphics Photography, Argyle Interactive, Arlin’s Dance Academy, LaPalma Dance, and WEMG-MEGA 105.7 FM and 1310 AM. A special events production