At BorgataCasino.com, we love making sure the thrill level is constantly set to the max. That’s why we regularly unleash new games for players in New Jersey. Today, we’re excited to announce our latest and greatest — Jaguar Princess.
To celebrate its launch, we’ve put together a $2,000 leaderboard featuring all-cash prizes, including $500 for first place.
Just play Jaguar Princess between November 11th and 13th to automatically compete on our leaderboard. There’s no need to opt in. Just sign in, play for real money, and earn iRewards Points like always.
November is the month when turkey takes the center stage in American cuisine. Not only do we have Thanksgiving – affectionately called Turkey Day – we also have a few weeks of turkey recipes to use up the leftovers that follow. And for many families, we do it all again for Christmas and New Year’s meals.
But one of the great things about Thanksgiving dinner is that many of the basic dishes at the traditional feast are on the list – most notably cranberries (as in sauce) and pumpkin (as in pie).
Cranberries are filled with disease fighting antioxidants and Vitamin C. They’re actually considered one of the healthiest fruits you can eat. Pumpkins are also filled with anti-oxidants and Vitamin C, but also are a good source of Vitamin A and E.
OK, so at this point, you may be asking what does this have to do with the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s special spa treatments for November? Cranberries and pumpkins?
Let’s face it: Thanksgiving is supposed to be a time to celebrate with family and friends, but that huge dinner can make the holiday somewhat overwhelming for the person stuck cooking the feast. However, fear not: With turkey day right around the corner, Borgata’s signature chefs sat down with us to chat about some of their Thanksgiving tips and secrets to make your holiday preparation easy as (pumpkin) pie.
There was a point during the stand-up performance of comedian Steven Wright – who played the Borgata Music Box Friday Nov. 4 – when virtually everyone in the near-capacity crowd came to the same conclusion.
Steven Wright is insane.
Not clinically, of course, but hilariously insane. And it wasn’t just that he kept telling the crowd he was. Listening to Wright’s barrage of one-liners mixed in with strange – sometimes very strange – stories, the conclusion was inescapable. He is crazy funny.
You know Wright for his lethargic, deadpan delivery of ironic, sometimes philosophical one liners.
Borgata proved why New York City is often called the city that never sleeps. To celebrate the conclusion of their action-packed two day Savor Borgata Weekend, the resort turned their Event Center into a bustling Manhattan street festival, complete with a dancing Statue of Liberty and a replica of the Empire State Building made out of chocolate.
For those who were looking for a good, healthy time, Savor Borgata didn’t fail. A Saturday afternoon luncheon and workshop featuring Greens and Grains (with locations in Galloway, Northfield, and Ventnor) provided guests with an opportunity to try some delectable, good-for-you dishes paired with freshly-pressed juices.
Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian is no stranger to Borgata: The acclaimed kitchen superstar is The Water Club‘s Culinary Lifestyle Consultant, and has taken part in many previous Savor Borgata weekends. This year, Chef Zakarian took to The Music Box stage on Saturday afternoon for an intimate cooking demonstration with two of his friends, TV host Marc Summers and The Chew star (and new Borgata Chef/Partner) Michael Symon.
The Chef’s hour long demo was a meat lovers’ dream come true: He prepared a beef tartare and a seared steak, and audience members had the opportunity to ask dozens of culinary-inspired questions. During the interactive Q&A, Zakarian provided plenty of interesting cooking insights for those in attendance:
On Saturday, November 5, Savor Borgata guests were treated to an indulgent morning of pampering and healthy brunch bites poolside at Immersion Spa. The spa’s expert estheticians and staff were on hand to teach attendees how to make skin and body care products from common household ingredients, including cucumbers, egg whites, and even beer. In addition to all of the scrubs and masks, guests were treated to a spread of colorful fruit and bubbly brunch cocktails. Check out recipes and photos!