Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s Metropolitan, one of our original casual dining bistros, isn’t the type of establishment that fits into a nice little restaurant genre.
It has the ambiance of a European bistro, serves contemporary and classic American dishes and has the best oyster bar you’ll find anywhere in Atlantic City.
So obviously, as you’d expect after reading that description, on Sunday evenings (after 3pm) The Metropolitan offers up a full-on Mexican Fiesta.
There’s always something comforting in the thought of combining the old and the new – especially when it comes to great restaurants like Fornelletto.
When you descend the winding staircase that creates the grotto like feel of our fine Italian restaurant, there’s a lot of the familiar to take comfort in.The Tuscan ambiance, the truly amazing wine selections and the tradition of menu selections that have been in place since the restaurant and Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa first opened.
No better dish signifies this than Fornelletto’s Veal “Osso Bucco” Ravioli.
Is there anything more American – and more summer appropriate – than a nice steak dinner? Americans have had a love affair with steak ever since cowboys ran herds of cattle across the prairies to places like Kansas City and St, Louis.
Or at least we’ve had the love affair with beef ever since people started watching movies about cowboys running cattle across the prairies with guys like John Wayne yelling things like “We’re burning daylight.”
We know a lot goes into getting us a prime cut or steak on our tables. And at Borgata, we understand steak like no other place on the East Coast.
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.