The House of Blues features a
complete entertainment experience with a
multi-level music hall, outdoor lounge,
nightclub and a beach bar.
Melissa Etheridge 8/5/2011
Club Worship takes care of the
nightlife scene with a three-level hot spot
that includes an extensive bar and dance
floor, as well as a third floor VIP lounge.
Private club members can also enjoy an
exclusive club, The Foundation Room.
A reconfigured casino floor and an extended
list of amenities make the Mardi Gras Casino
a great place to stop in for a turn on the
slots or to catch a show by one of the
industry's biggest performers.
Running the gamut from gourmet sandwiches to
esteemed cuisine, casual and fine restaurants
continue the New Orleans feel with specialty
Louisiana and Cajun dishes. Casa di Napoli
adds some Italian flavor to the mix with
innovative dishes in a vivacious atmosphere.
Menu includes brick oven pizza, as well as
classic pasta dishes, all with suggested wine
lists. Featured on the casino level, the Rib
and Chophouse serves up thick, prime steaks,
chicken and fresh seafood. Premium beef is
grilled to order, and a raw bar continues the
options with a choice of steamed, broiled,
grilled or blackened fresh catch. Touted as
Atlantic City’s best-kept culinary
secret, North Sea Village offers authentic
homemade dishes, with fresh fish that is
flown in daily. Smaller spots, including the
French Quarter Buffet and the Mansion
Café, dish out their own Southern feel
in a casual environment.