Atlantic City Casinos Prepare For Busy Summer Season

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Atlantic City casinos are preparing for the summer season with a series of multi-million dollar investments aimed at attracting new and returning visitors. The Casino Association of New Jersey announced that the city's casinos are introducing new amenities, restaurants, and retail outlets, as well as renovating hotel rooms.

Among the new offerings are Park Place Prime, a contemporary steakhouse at Bally's Atlantic City, and a newly remodeled High Limit Slot Room with 500 new slots. Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa has renovated its Long Bar and refreshed the interior and exterior of Metropolitan, which will introduce a new menu next month. The eagerly anticipated Maceoo boutique is set to open in June in the retail piazza.

Caesars Entertainment is opening Buddy's Boardwalk Empire at Harrah's Resort Atlantic City, a new venture from Buddy 'Cake Boss' Valastro. Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is investing more than $30 million in its 2024 entertainment lineup. Golden Nugget has completed phase one of its multi-million-dollar room renovation project.

Ocean Casino Resort is partnering with chef and restaurateur Michael Schulson to bring two fine-casual concepts to its culinary roster – Pearl & Mary oyster bar and Samuel's at Ocean. The resort will also offer nonstop air travel from New York City directly to its rooftop helipad through a new partnership with BLADE.

Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City has renovated the LandShark Bar & Grill, the only year-round bar and full-service restaurant on the sand side of the Boardwalk. The restaurant will reopen on Friday, May 24 with a kitchen and dining area expansion. Guy Fieri's Chicken Guy, also located on the boardwalk, is due to have its grand opening on Wednesday, June 19.

In addition to these investments, Atlantic City is set to host a range of entertainment headliners this summer, including Chelsea Handler and Matteo Lane, John Legend, Jay Leno, Kansas, Kesha, Ludacris, Miranda Lambert, Patti LaBelle, and Snoop Dogg.

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