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Atlantic City Restaurant Week begins March 2 with special fixed price menus

Chef Marc Forgione in the kitchen at American Cut Steakhouse
Chef Marc Forgione in the kitchen at American Cut Steakhouse
Revel Resort

Atlantic City Restaurant Week returns March 2 through March 8 for the 6th annual celebration of the best local cuisine with great chefs, great deals and delicious meals. Participating restaurants will be offering both prix fixe three-course lunch and dinner menus .Lunch will be offered at $15.14; dinner at $33.14, exclusive of beverages, tax and gratuity.

Chef Luke Palladino preparing foods in his open kitchen
Margaret Morgan

The Pier Shops at Caesars includes Buddakan with an innovative menu that portrays an eclectic interpretation of Modern Asian cuisine; Continental and Phillips Seafood featuring its legendary Maryland-style crab cakes

Many of the casino restaurants will be participating with way below normal prices. At Caesar’s, enjoy dining at Mia, Nero’s Chop House & Sushi Bar or Morton’s The Steakhouse. Bally’s restaurants include 6ix A Bistro, Arturo’s, Harry’s Oyster Bar & Seafood, Nanking and The Reserve Seafood & Steak. At Harrah’s, participating restaurants include: Luke Paladino, The Steakhouse, Sammy D’s, McCormick & Schmick’s, Dos Caminos and Bill’s Bar & Burger. At Showboat, Scarduzio’s, Crossroads & House of Blues and Casa di Napoli will offer prix fixe menus. Revel’s restaurants include: Azure by Allegretti, Amada, American Cut Steakhouse, Lugo Italian, Mussel Bar & Grill by Robert Wiedmaier and Village Whiskey.

Independent restaurants include: Dock’s Oyster House, Girasole, Kelsey, Knife & Fork Inn and newcomer The Iron Room at Atlantic City Bottle Company, which Trip Advisor recently voted #1 in Atlantic City, specializing in small plates and regionally-sourced ingredients from local farms and artisans.

There are also participating restaurants in towns surrounding Atlantic City including Galloway, Egg Harbor City, Margate and Smithville. For a complete listing of participating restaurants and menus, visit Atlantic City Restaurant Week.

Certain day and time restrictions may be in place, but guests are advised to check with the individual restaurants. Atlantic City Restaurant Week is produced by the Atlantic City Convention & Visitors Authority (ACCVA). The week is a celebration of culinary excellence across Atlantic County and features more than 80 restaurants.

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