Guest Post: The Three Newest Restaurants in Atlantic City

Atlantic City is known for being a prime vacation spot, or simply a great place to spend some leisure time. Dining is a big part of the appeal! Remember, if you’re having an adventure in the city, the best way to do so is with professional transportation such as an NJ Party Bus. It allows you to let loose and enjoy multiple destinations without worrying about directions, traffic, or finding a designated driver. We’re here with three of the newest additions to the Atlantic City restaurant scene  so you don’t miss out on any of the impressive dishes. They’re all located within some of the popular resorts in town, so they’re easy destinations to considering adding to your trip!

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Angeline (1 Borgata Way)

Located inside of the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, the menu here features Sicilian inspiration. It’s Michael Symon’s newest restaurant in Atlantic City, and it’s definitely making a splash. The Iron Chef knows what he’s doing! We love the contemporary, stylish interior with wooden accents. Don’t fill up on the fresh bread and olive oil at the start of the meal!

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Olon (2831 Boardwalk)

This is one of the restaurants opened up by Jose Garces in spring of 2017, the second being Okatshe. They can both be found inside of the Tropicana! Olon is named after a sea side town in the country of Ecuador, and the decor definitely reflects that. We love the open atmosphere of the breezy dining room and the fresh ceviche options.

Image via Okatshe

Okatshe (2831 Boardwalk)

Don’t miss out on another Jose Garces creation in Tropicana! This restaurant is inspired by traditional Japanese small plates, or izakaya. As you can imagine, the sushi rolls are unbelievably creative here. From five spice ribs to bacon wrapped asparagus, there’s a lot to tempt you here. Finish up your meal with a bit of mochi, it’s the perfect dessert.


Atlantic City Party Buses

227 North Vermont Ave


Atlantic City, NJ 08401

(609) 337-3609


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