Since opening in summer 2006 we have served over 420,000 filet mignons, with medium being the most popular temperature. Over 46,000 orders of whole fresh lobster have been sold since opening and our most popular side is roasted asparagus with over 170,000 orders sold since opening as well. We have served over a million customers so far and still going.
One of our most popular dishes is Bobby’s version of the Philly Cheesesteak:
Spice Rub 2 tablespoons ancho chile powder 2 teaspoons Spanish paprika 2 teaspoons ground cumin 2 teaspoons ground coriander 2 teaspoons dry mustard 2 teaspoons dry oregano 1 teaspoon kosher salt 1 teaspoon ground black pepper
An esteemed graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, Thaddeus DuBois is an accomplished chef who oversees pastry and bread production for both the AAA Four-Diamond Borgata and Water Club hotels, including its in-room dining and catering programs, in addition to The Metropolitan, Borgata Buffet, and Bread + Butter restaurants. In 2014, Borgata Baking Company made its much-anticipated debut under Chef DuBois’ direction, serving homemade sweets and eats around the clock. Recently, Chef DuBois took time out of his busy schedule of making the world a sweeter place to chat with us about his time at The White House, his many degrees, and his favorite recipes.
You came, you saw, you conquered the dance floor at Premier Nightclub. Now, it’s after midnight and you need to refuel. Try any of these six late night eats – all of which can be found and enjoyed at Borgata‘s casual dining outlets in the late night (or early morning) hours.
Father’s Day is a time to spoil dad with everything he loves most… his family, a hearty meal, and a night out at Borgata. Treat dad to a night out at one of Borgata’s signature restaurants so he can sink his teeth into one of these five dishes worthy of a celebration.
Attention restaurant industry workers! Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is looking for you.
In anticipation of the opening of the Borgata Marketplace Eatery – developed in partnership with local restaurateur George Siganos – we’re holding a job fair May 23 to 25 at The Water Club at Borgata.
We’re looking for more than 100 workers ranging from baristas and cashiers to managers and shift supervisors. Many of the positions will be permanent and full-time. Borgata is seeking talented and motivated individuals that can meet our high standards and quality service.
And you thought your mother was overbearing!
Kate Siegel has made a healthy living from the digital relationship with her mom, South Jersey resident Kim Friedman, via her insanely popular Instagram account @CrazyJewishMom, where Siegel shares the juicy and downright hysterical unsolicited text messages that her mother sends her. Hopefully the two, who have been featured everywhere from O Magazine to 20/20, won’t be fighting over Hipster man buns and nude selfies when they make a special appearance at Borgata this Mother’s Day weekend. Both Siegel and Friedman will be on hand for two events at the resort on Saturday, May 7th, a perfect way to celebrate your own Mom. Read on for more for details!
There are a lot of elements of Spring that people love to embrace. We clean our homes (OK, maybe people don’t love that part), break out the shorts and start spending a lot more time outside.
And one of the best aspects of spring can be seen at the dinner table. After a long season of eating produce shipped in from hundreds, if not thousands of miles away, we can now stock our tables with locally grown fresh Spring fruits, berries and vegetables.
For an Executive Chef like Aram Mardigian, that also means breaking out the Spring recipes. Mardigian is a regular in our Savor Borgata Culinary Series “Lunch and Learn” presentations, so that means that you have the opportunity to break out his recipes as well this Spring.
Mardigian presents a special spring-themed Lunch and Learn event Memorial Day weekend on Saturday, May 28 at Wolfgang Puck American Grille. He’ll be showing attendees how to prepare a three-course lunch with wine featuring several of his classic Spring dishes.
We’re calling it our “Spring into Summer Luncheon with Aram Mardigan”
The Kentucky Derby is the Super Bowl of American horse racing and this year’s running marks the 142nd year of the Run for the Roses.
And while you can experience all the excitement and action of the “fastest two minutes in sports” at Borgata’s Racebook, keep one thing in mind.
The Kentucky Derby has endured because it is much more than a simple horse race.
The derby exemplifies a sense of style and southern charm that has been preserved down for decades. As much as it’s about 3-year-old thoroughbreds, it’s also about mint juleps and traditional Kentucky cuisine. When they play “My Old Kentucky Home” at Churchill Downs, there’s 142 years of tradition on display.
We know a little about tradition here at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa and we know a lot about fine dining – especially at Old Homestead Steakhouse.
And Friday, May 6 – which is also the day the Kentucky Oaks is run – Old Homestead will become my Old Kentucky Homestead by teaming up with Kentucky bourbon distillers Woodford Reserve to present the Woodford Reserve Kentucky Dinner as part of the Savor Borgata Culinary Series.