“Tuesday is the new Saturday” is the popular slogan used by the nightclub Dusk located in Caesars Hotel and Casino. When you first approach the door it doesn’t look like much, but once you enter and walk down a staircase, its a circular nightclub under the casino floor. The dancing floor is small, but there is room to walk around. For some reason my friends and I always have a great time here, but I’ve heard mixed emotions on this place. There are dancing poles which are always crowded with girls who think they can actually dance on poles and bottle service. However, I don’t recommend getting bottle service there. It’s the only nightclub Caesars offers, so if you happen to being staying there for your AC getaway, I suggest checking that out. Besides the nightclub, there is the shopping Pier which holds tons of high end stores and restaurants.
ahhh! sorry I haven’t been keeping up with new posts guys! summer so far has been crazy but with that said, a lot of new places in Atlantic City are stealing the spot light. When we say Jersey is stronger than the storm they really mean it. Some new places are really making a name for themselves, and other chains that are continuing the tradition of good old fashion fun. Landshark and Margaritaville are taking over Resorts, HQ Beach Club in Revel is where it’s at on a hot sunny afternoon and Haven, the new club in Golden Nugget, is giving AC nightlife a run for their money. Stay tune for pictures and the inside scoop on what’s happening in Atlantic City 🙂
had to take a picture of this beautiful view Atlantic City has to offer; ready to start the night! DOAC: do, done, did – repeat
Despite the infamously known nickname, Slopicana, the Tropicana Hotel and Casino can be a pretty great time. I believe this place is the best place to have fun for a very reasonable price. It is more family friendly with restaurants such as PF Changs, Carmines and Cubra Libre, which are all located in the “The Quarter” and has an IMAX theater! On the other hand, looking for some drinks and a low key time, then I would recommend “Adam’s Good Sports Bar” or “Ri-Ra Irish Pub”, there is also a karaoke place which are all located on the second floor. If you’re more into dancing then definitely hit up Providence, it is the only night club in Tropicana. The biggest night to attend besides Saturday is Thursday. But make sure you’re dressed properly because there is a dress code. There’s a lot of options in the hotel and casino- always a great time when I’m there, with affordable prices.
2831 Boardwalk Atlantic City, NJ 08401
Looking for the best place to eat before a long night out? I highly recommend Patsy’s, located in the Atlantic Club (formally known as the Hilton). I don’t want to sound bias, but my mother is one of the waitresses there, however, she is the greatest waitress you’ll ever have in Atlantic City. Patsy’s has happy hour from 5-7 pm, which include delicious appetizers and drinks. It’s an Italian “home-made” kind of place, on the second floor in the casino and hotel. Moderately priced and a friendly atmosphere. Stop by and come in, ask for Loretta!
3400 Pacific Ave Atlantic City, NJ 08401
The following is a link to the DOAC website, where you can get a gratuitous amount of information on almost anything Atlantic City has to offer. On my blog though, I give you a more insightful, personal experience ; )
My best friend’s birthday party at the Tropicana in AC