For a casual and fun dining experience The Irish Pub does not disappoint. Thanks to a menu of reasonably priced and delicious pub food, the restaurant was once named "Best Cheap Eats" by the Atlantic City Magazine. Dishes like Fish and Chips combined with traditional Irish music and free flowing beer make for a jolly good time. After a night of eating and drinking, walk right up the stairs and settle into one of the rooms available for rent above the bar.
Located inside the Tropicana Casino and Resort Atlantic City, the Rí Rá Irish Bar is a place where all the youngsters of the city come for a great night of good food and drinks. The place always has a lively ambiance with friendly patrons grooving to the tunes of talented DJs. Quintessential pub fare of chicken wings, burgers, sandwiches and more is served here in generous portions, while pints of Guinness wash down these snacks with ease. The place is a perfect spot to catch a good game with your buddies, as the atmosphere is particularly euphoric during matches. Even if you have arrived here alone, Rí Rá Irish Bar never makes you feel left out!
Since World War II, this sub shop has been a favorite sandwich joint for locals. It may be just a little place, but it is filled with character and history. A whole sandwich is 3 feet long and the rolls are baked fresh everyday, from Formica Brothers Bakery (just across the street). These sandwich artists really know what they are doing—just order the White House Special and you'll see what all the rave is about.
This historical tavern has been serving beer to the people of Atlantic City since 1685. You may be wondering how the Tun Tavern has stayed in business for so long. The reason isn't marketing skills, the beer is just plain good. Any beer you order, whether it be the light Golden Ale or the hop-y American India Pale Ale, is developed and brewed in house. For a nosh to accompany your tall one, Tun supplies food that can stand up to any brew or appetite. The menu runs the gamut of steaks, seafoods, pastas, and other entrees. Partake of the 8 ounce Fillet Mignon or try your hand at the Cowboy Tun, a 20 ounce ribeye steak.
You might be hard pressed to find a great Mexican restaurant this far from the border, but patrons to this location will be surprised to find excellent entree's combined with an excellent price. The restaurant serves up all that you might expect from a classic Mexcian joint, but with all the people inside, they seem to be doing something a little better than all the rest. However, because of its popularity, it does get a little loud. Nonetheless, this makes for a great, quick bite if you're on the run, or a relaxing meal without all the fuss.
Located at the AC food court of the famous Bally's Atlantic City, Primo Pizza (Bally's) lets you enjoy delectable pizzas in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. After a long day at the slot machines, this is one place where you can delight your palate to creations like the Buffalo Chicken Pizza, Meat Lovers Pizza and the Primo BBQ Chicken Pizza. Also on offer are dishes like Steak Stromboli and vegetarian as well as meat-laden calzones. Your order is incomplete without sides like the cheese fries and chicken fingers. For those with robust appetites, Primo's 10 pieces of Buffalo wings come most recommended along with the entire pizza fare.
Located inside the Bally's Atlantic City Hotel and Casino, Boardwalk Cupcakes is an adorable cupcake shop whose display will beckon you inside for sure. The place is well lit to resemble a boutique with decor that accentuates every little creation of theirs. From interesting cupcakes like Popcorn cake, Lemonade, Soda Pop, Chocolate Mudslide to classics like the Vanilla, Banana and Red Velvet all of their mini treats taste as wonderful as they look. Come here to indulge in your sweet tooth, at their prices you won't settle for just one!