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FutureStarrBest places to eat in atlantic city
Atlantic City is a great place for food no matter what your diet. Wherever your interests may lie, folsom-drew and The Buttonwood restaurants offer something different and unique and New York City is always within a short drive.
The newest culinary addition at the Borgota, Angeline is the first fully Italian restaurant from Michael Symon, an Iron Chef and James Beard Award winner, and cohost of The Chew, ABC’s Daytime Emmy-winning cooking show. The modern restaurant was named after Symon’s mother, Angeline, and its signature dish, lasagna, is made from her recipe. From housemade pastas and arancini, to the sentimental favorite chicken parm, Angeline’s menu hits all corners of soulful Italian cuisine, with an impressive wine list to boot.
Opened in 1897, Dock’s Oyster House has been sustained by four generations of the Dougherty family through world wars, the Great Depression, and the declines and rebirths of Atlantic City. Dock’s closed in 2015 for a multimillion-dollar renovation and expansion. What didn’t change with the 2016 reopening was the family’s commitment to fresh seafood. Behind the bar, chilled lobsters, oysters, clams and shrimp sparkle on ice below the chalkboard list of daily offerings. Oyster enthusiasts can count on about a dozen rotating selections that include Cape May Salts, Brigantine Salts, plump Chesapeake Bay oysters from Maryland, briny Wellfleets from Cape Cod, and Bluepoints and Barren Island oysters from New York State. You also can get littleneck or top neck clams on the half shell. During happy hour (4-6 pm, daily), select oysters are just $1 each. (Source: njmonthly.com)
With a long and storied history as America’s original beach playground and one of the few legal gambling destinations, Atlantic City has seen more than its share of boom and bust in the last century. And because of that, the food scene there is a fascinating mix of an incredibly old, legendary spots, and a newer crop of places aiming to serve delicious food to a more diverse population as the city evolves and changes. Here are some of our favorites from both the old and new world of AC (NOTE: we’ve intentionally picked all restaurants outside of the casinos because we believe that’s the best way to truly experience the actual city):
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