Los Amigos was one of the first Mexican restaurants in the Delaware Valley and has been offering up some of the best Mexican and Southwestern food around since 1976. The menu has a bit of a seafood spin with items like Clams Mexicana and Crab Quesadillas, as well as traditional border fare like burritos and fajitas. They have a great children's menu, and of course ice cold cervezas and frosty margaritas, the perfect compliment to spicy dishes and hot summer nights.
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!
The Deck Bayfront Bar & Restaurant is exactly what its name implies. A huge deck on the bay side with a good sized stage for live performers and a big bar. It's a popular summer hangout, since it's only open May through September and you can typically find people of all ages who come here to bask in the sun while enjoying a meal or cocktail. A big table outside is provided for outdoor eating and on weekends, live bands play in the afternoons and evenings.
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.
No visit to Harrah's Resort is complete without dining at McCormick & Schmick's Seafood and Steaks. An outstanding seafood menu and excellent bar food is all set to entice one into dining here time and again. The menu comprises of carefully selected recipes from Asia and America like the Clam Chowder, Maine Lobster Bisque and Buttermilk Fried Oysters. American Kobe burger is also worth a try. The bar features wines, beer and cocktails that add more fun to the experience. Enjoy cool happy hours between 4p to 7p from Monday to Friday and 12p to 7p on weekends. At the bar do not forget to taste the food, which is certainly not the regular pub grub. It is in fact an award-winning selection of calamari, Fish Tacos and Buffalo Shrimp.
Since its establishment in 1921. Chef Vola's has come to be a household name in Atlantic City. Although located just off the boardwalk, the restaurant's location has nothing to do with its popularity. The main dining room is tucked away in the basement of an old house along South Albion Place. Reservations are a must if you want a table, and don't forget to bring your own wine! On the menu you will find a selection of cassic Italian dishes like Veal Parmesa, Linguine with Clams and Veal Milanese. Reservations are often hard to get, so be sure to call at least a few weeks in advance. The side effects of dining here include possible addiction and a tendency to look down upon all other Italian restaurants. Charmingly simple and unpretentious despite its legendary reputation, Chef Vola's is the perfect choice for an intimate meal or a special celebration.
The Wingcraft Kitchen and Beer is a hip place offering classic American fare and a range of canned and bottled brews. Choose between salads, burgers, pizzas, wings and sandwiches. The Classic Burger and Short Rib Grilled Sandwich are particularly delightful. Seating includes a mix of wooden chairs, comfortable couches and bar stools. You also have the option to enjoy your meal in the cozy, indoor setting or take in the weather as you dine al fresco at the patio. If you are looking to have a lively evening out, Wingcraft Kitchen and Beer Bar with its delicious food, young crowd and enthusiastic wait staff won’t disappoint.
Guy Fieri, celebrity chef and restaurateur's restaurant offers diners a relaxed casual dining experience in the Bally's casino and hotel. The restaurant is a nice place for a casual meal with friends and family over a not-so-typical steak dinner. The menu features signature dishes like Kick n Calamari, Black and Blue Burger, Guys Big Bite and Lobster 'On Fire'. Sit back on a summer evening and enjoy the view over Atlantic city's iconic boardwalk over a perfectly cooked steak and a craft beer. For reservations, contact the restaurant.
Brand restaurant of Michelin Star Chef Gordon Ramsay, the Gordon Ramsay Pub and Grill in Atlantic City is designed British style with telephone booths, shadowed outlines of British guards, a British Parliament backdrop and lots of other quirky touches. Dig into authentic British fare such as Ale-Battered Fish & Chips and Bangers & Mash. You can also opt for the Beef Wellington or Shepherd’s Pie. Wash down the meals with a delicious drink from the bar. The bar menu consists of handcrafted cocktails, ales, stout, draft and bottled brews available on tap and lots of other delightful spirits. If you are anywhere close to Caesars Hotel in Atlantic City, definitely consider trying out this place.
Harry's Oyster Bar is known to serve some of the best seafood in the city. Steeped in simplicity, this eatery is all about great food at reasonable prices in a casual setting with friendly service and that's exactly what they deliver. The raw bar features oysters and oyster shots, clams, lobster, tuna, and the raw bar sampler that has small portions of them all. The menu changes daily and features fresh fish from the day's catch. The crab cakes, clam chowder, Mahi Mahi tacos, shrimp ceviche, Angus beef burger are some of the recommended dishes. If you love seafood Harry's Oyster Bar should not be missed when in Atlantic city.