You always knew that there was something special about Borgata‘s Old Homestead Steakhouse. Now, there’s proof. Zagat has named Old Homestead the best steakhouse in New Jersey, proving that the establishment, which has been a staple at Borgata since the casino’s opening in 2003, is a very good thing.
Get ready, food fans: Borgata today announced the May 6th grand opening of Michael Symon‘s newest restaurant, Angeline. Named after his mother Angel, the lively addition to Borgata’s all-star dining lineup will feature classic Italian-American dishes in a welcoming setting.
Angeline taps into Symon’s Sicilian roots with a menu of simple, bold recipes classically crafted with fresh ingredients and prideful attention to detail. Every dish is inspired by the James Beard Award winner’s heritage and personal history…
Your favorite Borgata restaurants are serving up a taste of Atlantic City Restaurant Week, Sunday, March 5 through Friday, March 10. Select Borgata eateries are offering special prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner that are not only a great deal, but an ideal way to experience new tastes at the East Coast’s premiere dining destination.
When it comes to pizza, Borgata’s award-winning chefs and one-of-a-kind restaurants spin up some of the most unique and tasty slices that will satisfy even the most picky pie connoisseur. We’ve rounded up some absolutely mouthwatering pizzas throughout Borgata as a way to celebrate National Pizza Day, and to make it a little easier to find your favorite next time you’re here on property.
Attention lobster lovers: Borgata is hosting a perfect opportunity to indulge in your favorite seafood. On Friday, February 10, our Savor Borgata Culinary Series presents A Lobster Lover’s Dream, a special evening that’s a perfect Valentine’s Day experience, or just a great excuse to try some outstanding lobster dishes!
It’s no surprise that we love pasta at Borgata, and our guests do, too. In fact, one of our most popular seminars, Gnow Your Gnocchi, is returning on January 14, 2017 at Fornelletto. Lucky participants will spend an afternoon sipping on wine and tasting savory bites while they learn how to make homemade gnocchi in this hands-on class.
One of the many joys of Christmas is the arrival of peppermint sticks – better known as candy canes. These tasty treats have the added bonus of being a great holiday decoration for the tree and coming in perfect holiday colors.
Candy canes have been around a long time. Folklore has it that they were the brainchild of a German choirmaster all the way back in 1670. He wanted a treat that would keep children quiet during nativity services and asked the candy maker to make the peppermint sticks look like the crooks carried by the shepherds that visited the baby Jesus – you know, to Christmas them up a bit.
Today we offer up another classic Christmas confection that’s sure to make your holiday dessert table a standout this season – namely the Peppermint-Chocolate Whoopie Pie from Borgata Baking Company.
What? You’re not familiar with the whoopie pie? Your grandma never made whoopie pies for Christmas?
And yes, Egg Nog is a cocktail of sorts, at least in its traditional form. Even though you can buy a quart of the sweet, creamy treat in the dairy isle, the traditional Egg Nog always comes with a little more kick – usually brandy, rum or bourbon, depending on your favorite recipe.