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Diners at the red roof-topped Knife & Fork agree that eating here is a treat, even more so than at many restaurants on the Boardwalk. Regardless, the elegant decor, the friendly, efficient service, and the romantic atmosphere indicate that a pleasurable experience is in store. For starters, whet your appetite on the pleasing Cornmeal Crusted Calamari drizzled in roasted pepper aioli. For the main course, reward yourself and order the delectable Stuffed Veal Chop or the Whole Lobster. One caveat: sometimes the restaurant can get noisy, so request a more private dining table if necessary.
Locals and tourists who want to get away from the 'scene' of Atlantic City find Wonder Bar to be a refreshing alternative to the high energy vibe of the big casinos. Wonder Bar is situated right on the water and has a room appropriately named The Sunset Room, where you can eat from their fabulous menu while watching the sky turn every shade of pink and orange, slowly turning the boats in the harbor into silhouettes. Dine on savory Jumbo Lump Crabcakes or ‘Naked' NY Strip Steak and decadent desserts like Triple Chocolate Cake.
Patrons, after walking through the red leather entryway, will be impressed by the wood-paneled ceiling, large wine displays, and lobster tanks designed by David Rockwell. This restaurant housed in the Borgata Casino Hotel & Spa was opened in 2006 and is Flay's first steakhouse. The menu offers Filet Mignon Louisiana, Porterhouse Lamb Chops, and a variety of spice-rubbed steaks. Save room for the Coconut Creme Brulee!
Wolfgang Puck has been changing the way people eat for many years. Now he brings this new flavor through his name sake Wolfgang Puck American Grille located inside Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa. The restaurant has two sections to suit your mood —chill out at the terrace setting or have a more elegant experience at the main dinning room. But if you want the real thrill, then book Wolfgang Puck's kitchen table, as you watch the star chef prepare your feast!
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.
Another one of the fine dining venues in the Borgata Hotel Casino, is the Izakaya. This restaurant reinvents the Japanese specialties of sushi, sake and robatayaki (where customers sit around a table top grill and watch the chef) with a contemporary touch. The traditional Japanese tea served here also comes with a novel touch in this modern Japanese pub.