Savor great food during Atlantic City Restaurant Week


You can sample some of the best culinary delights New Jersey has to offer during Atlantic City Restaurant Week, which runs October 2-7.

The event is described as

“a 6 day celebration of the culinary scene in Atlantic City. During Restaurant Week, participating restaurants offer a multi-course meal for a set price (excluding drinks, tax and tip).

Participating restaurants (and there are many) will offer three-course prix fixe menus; $20.22 for lunch and $40.22 for dinner.

The 3 courses include a starter, a starter and a dessert. Portions and ingredients will be on par with what the restaurant usually serves.

You will find restaurants serving a variety of cuisines ranging from French, Italian, Asian, steak to seafood.

As of this writing, more than 50 restaurants have signed up to participate, most of which are in Atlantic City itself, but restaurants in Northfield, Smithville, Ventnor, Linwood, Margate, Galloway and Egg Harbor Township will also be represented. .

For a full list of participating restaurants, visit the ACRW website listing here.

Girasole Ristorante (CA)

Water Dogs of AC Lobster Roll

It looks really amazing; it’s Bar 32 Chocolate

Sataara Silk Road Skewers Afghan French Cuisine

Seared scallops from Rhythm and Spirits

Caprices inside the Resorts Casino

New York Strip Pepper Slices from American Cut inside the Ocean Resort and Casino.

I hope these photos have whetted your appetite; you only have a few weeks to wait for Atlantic City Restaurant Week.

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