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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 Atlantic City Bar and Grill is a place to relax with friends while enjoying reasonably priced munchies and drinks. Homemade pastas, pizzas, sandwiches, salads, and more populate this menu and most are available for under $10. If you're in the mood for something more substantial, the restaurant also offers Whole Maine Lobster and Fillet Mignon.
This branch of Planet Rose is located in the Quarter at Tropicana Casino and Resort. If you are finicky about colors and patterns you might be put off at first by the leopard-print walls and rose-pink bar. But after a few drinks, some light snacks, and some cajoling from your pals, you can ignore it all and head to the stage where you can sing your favorite karaoke songs. Check out the videos playing on the TV screens for some inspiration and encourage other singers by cheering them on. Open everyday from 7pm onwards.
Situated in the Quarter at Tropicana, Carmine's is a famous neighborhood eatery serving scrumptious south Italian cuisine at wallet-friendly prices. The menu here doles out an extensive and imaginative array of Italian favorites. So, you can munch on everything from pizzas to pastas to savory meat dishes here. The half-priced frozen drinks and appetizers appeal to everybody and succeed drawing in the crowds. The ambiance is welcoming and the wine list is worth checking out. Open from Tuesday to Sunday from 11:30a onwards.
Nothing gives more pleasure in Atlantic City than strolling along the Boardwalk, enjoying the beach views and fresh sea breeze, while relishing fruity and watery ice creams that melt down your throat. John’s Water Ice is a famous family-owned ice cream parlor in Philadelphia and the same family has opened this food stall in Atlantic City. Though it is a tiny takeaway joint with no seats, young and old alike flock here for enjoying gelati in flavors like pineapple, cherry, lemon and chocolate. The original Philadelphia store dates back to 1945 and the ice creams are prepared according to original recipes, using fresh fruit and avoiding artificial additives and preservatives. So head here on a warm summer day and let their ice creams work their wonder on you.