Atlantic City Restaurants

Atlantic City Restaurants

When your tummy stars rumbling in Atlantic City, there are hundreds of delicious Atlantic City Restaurants that you can pop into for a bite to eat. To make it easier for your eating pleasure, here is a helpful breakdown of the best places to make your stomach smile.

Chain Restaurants

Atlantic City is a great place to visit some delicious chain restaurants that you have been dying to eat at. You can visit the rainforest and eat chile con queeso or a helping of Caribbean coconut shrimp alongside a moving elephant at the Rainforest Café. This is a fun place to take the kids and they proudly participate in the “Kids Live Well” campaign.

If you want to have an all American experience while still eating at a chain, right down the boardwalk is Johnny Rockets. This restaurant not only creates a timeless and fun environment, but they also make it their personal goal to meet or exceed a guest’s expectations at all times. Take a step back in time and order the original vanilla malt milk shake, which is my personal favorite, and enjoy a really yummy burger.

Other great chain restaurants in the Atlantic City area include Chickie’s and Pete’s, Hooters, and Tony Luke’s.


Atlantic City Specials

If you are feeling adventurous and wanting to get a taste of food that you can only find in Atlantic City, you have plenty of places to pick from. With four and a half star on Trip Advisor, Casa Taco and Tequila Bar is a great choice for a date night or a girl’s night out. Located in the Marketplace section of Tropicana Casino and Resort, Casa Taco and Tequila Bar offers a lively atmosphere and features up to 100 different tequilas. So whether you are trying to get a drink or grab some breakfast (starting at 7a.m.), Casa Taco and Tequila Bar is the place to be.

If you are going for a historic and fancy dinner, your destination should be to the Knife and Fork Inn. Since being established in 1912, this restaurant, while being on the expensive side, is known as a delicious place to eat. You can start with an appetizer of artisanal cheeses and charcuterie followed by a main course of seared four-spice tuna. To finish it all off, you can order banana cream pie and sip a cup of “chock full o’nuts” coffee, which is amaretto and dark crème de cocoa.

Other local Atlantic City Restaurants that should be on your list to try are Cafe 2825, FIN, The Continental, Old Homestead, Carmine’s and A Touch of Italy.

Whether it is a chain restaurant or local cuisine, Atlantic City is an amazing place to go to eat. You can enjoy everything from seafood to milkshakes and beyond.