6ix: A Bistro at Bally’s Atlantic City is changing its menu in a way that won’t leave anyone hungry.
The bistro, which usually specializes in hot sandwiches, tasty salads and all-day breakfast, has a new option on its menu: all you can eat. Patrons can enjoy a different all-you-can-eat menu seven days per week, with choices including fried shrimp, steak and crabs, plus extra sides.
“I’ve seen customers come back several times a week just to try our daily specials,” says Kevin Ortzman, Bally’s/Showboat’s senior vice president and general manager. “For example, Sundays are usually a time when families gather for an outside barbeque, so we’ve reflected that by showcasing St. Louis style BBQ ribs. On Fridays and Saturdays we’re at our busiest, with most customers expecting some true buffet staples, so we’ve accommodated that desire with steak and snow crab leg offerings.”
On Fridays and Saturdays, guests can grab a snow crab and steak dinner for $27.99. All dinners include sides, and this one comes with a bowl of pasta, salad and dinner rolls.
On Sundays, 6ix has St. Louis BBQ ribs for $25.99 with salad, pasta and rolls. Plus, you can add fried shrimp for $9.99.
Mondays feature all-you-can-eat steak with pasta, salad and rolls, with add-on options of snow crab (one pound for $9, two for $15), a dozen fried shrimp ($9.99) or a dozen boiled shrimp ($8.99).
If fried shrimp is your favorite, you’ll want to hit the bistro on Tuesdays, where you can indulge in the shellfish for $24.99 plus pasta, salad and rolls. Add steak for $9.99. On Wednesdays it’s the same deal, except with Jersey Shore steamers instead of shrimp.
It wouldn’t be diverse if the lineup didn’t include chicken. Choose all-you-can-eat fried chicken with french fries, salad and biscuits for $21.99. Add snow crab, fried shrimp or boiled shrimp to get a little bit from land and sea.
“6ix: a Bistro’s tableside buffet enables a more personalized, relaxed dining experience,” Ortzman says. “The response from our customers has been tremendous; they love the fact that they can remain seated while marquee menu items such as steak, snow crab legs, and New Jersey steamers are brought tableside.”
The prices are typical of most upscale restaurants, if you were only getting one serving of the entree. For an all-you-can-eat option, it’s one of the best choices for your dollar in town.
So “Ask yourself, ‘What am I waiting for?’” Ortzman urges. “‘I need to visit 6ix: A Bistro to try out Bally’s newest offering of an all-you-can-eat tableside buffet.’”