Eat like a king:
Capriccio: One of the best gourmet Italian restaurants in the city, it also features a view overlooking the Atlantic ocean and is open for a decadent brunch. So you can get your fill of a bella note, even in the morning.
Gallagher’s Steakhouse: Fine dining at its best, this New York-based steakhouse chain offers diners a dinner and show combo. Just bring your show tickets and get a $39.95 pre-theater dinner. Just remember that your ride home on the Jitney does not count as a show. Great bar to watch games.
Breadsticks: You can’t expect to see characters from “Glee” breaking out into song in this restaurant, but you can expect this 24-hours-a-day operation to keep you satisfied long into your evening on the Boardwalk. Look forward to people-watching while you eat.
The Buffet: This all-you-can-stomach dining experience boasts a carving station with seafood, American and international cuisine. Just remember to pace yourself.
Boardwalk Perks: The classic coffee-and-sandwich items you would expect with to-go options.
East Wind Noodle Bar: A new addition to Resorts, this full-menu restaurant goes beyond just noodles. Dim sum, a Chinese BBQ and bakery round out this savory dining option. Don’t forget to sample some specialty teas.
Gallagher’s Burger Bar: A nice complement to the pricier Gallagher’s Steakhouse. But don’t expect boring menu items: The Italian burger topped with prosciutto, fresh mozzarella and tomato bruschetta says this isn’t your typical burger bar. Check in for food and drink specials to ease your tab.
Margaritaville: Jimmy Buffett's themed restaurant offers plenty of options for all ages, including cheeseburgers in paradise, of course, along with great snack food, American and Caribbean-inspired entrees and plenty of signature drinks and live music.
LandShark Bar & Grill: The beach bar version of Jimmy Buffett's Margaritaville is open year-round featuring floor-to-ceiling glass doors that open in the summer but still offer great views in the offseason. Sandwiches, snack food, frozen drinks and live music complete this fantastic beach party spot.
Party like nowhere else:
ProBar AC: Atlantic City’s first and only gay nightclub has opened with tremendous feedback. Everyone is welcome at this dance-til-you-drop venue.
25 Hours Casino Lounge: Get your live music fix here and pay a visit to Blanche the singing bartender.
The Whiskey Bar: Finally, a place in A.C. where you can practice shooting … whiskey that is. Resorts brings you Atlantic City’s first and only whiskey bar. But don’t worry, they provide you with chasers, too.
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Serene Blu: Experience luxury at the spa with extensive therapeutic massages and treatments. Perfect for after you lose all your money in the premium players’ lounge right across from the spa.
The Salon: Get everything you need for men and women from hair coloring to body wraps and mani-pedis. They also have something called “Lash tinting,” which sounds like you should approach with caution.
The Health Club: Sweat out the previous night’s toxins in saunas, whirlpools and steam rooms. You can also jump in the indoor/outdoor pool that’s perfect for all seasons or get in a workout in the fitness room. Don’t forget to leave in some time for more drinks!
Now playing: The Screening Room features 336 seats and is proud to have housed the show, “Believe – Divas in a Man’s World.” The Superstar Theater holds a bigger crowd at 1,350 and has seats, table and booths to enjoy a show Las Vegas-style.
Show me the money: Harrah’s has a brand new Asian gaming room in East Wind Casino. The casino floor holds more than 175 table games, including 75 Blackjack tables and 40 poker tables. There also are more than 2,750 slot machines.