There’s no shortage of fabulous mixology at Borgata: from our signature fine restaurants to our hip and sexy bars and lounges, our bartenders are always preparing unique libations that make Borgata one of the best places for cocktail enthusiasts. With so many options, there’s truly something for everyone, but if you’re easily overwhelmed by choices, we rounded up some of our favorites. Trust us when we say that you can’t go wrong with any of our OUT at Borgata picks!
To say that the cocktails at Angeline, the newest addition to Borgata’s all-star culinary collection, are special is an understatement. The drinks at Michael Symon’s ode to classic Italian cuisine are complex, innovative, and, most importantly, super fun, all because of the expert mixologist who created the libations.
Even if there’s not an ounce of Irish blood in your bones, you can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Borgata in the classic way: with libations. From now through March 19, we’re offering two limited edition cocktails at Long Bar that will surely make you feel like you’ve discovered a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow.
Yes, it’s true: Borgata does have a $300 margarita at our wildly fun Gypsy Bar. However, you don’t have to break the bank to celebrate National Margarita Day at Borgata. In fact, many of our signature bars and top-notch restaurants serve up a wide variety of your favorite tequila-based cocktail. With so many options to grab your favorite Mexican-influenced drink at Borgata, you’ll be able to celebrate Margarita Day any day that you want!
No matter what team you’re rooting for, Borgata is the perfect place to spend your big game day. With a huge variety of action-packed bars and restaurants, there’s never a shortage of fun places to watch your favorite team score that winning touchdown. In anticipation of the Falcons taking on the Patriots in Houston, Texas, Borgata has created a few sports-themed cocktails to quench your thirst leading up to the big game. Whether you enjoy these libations at any one of Borgata’s distinct bars (Gypsy Bar, B Bar, Long Bar), or you’d like to play the role of mixologist at your own Super Bowl shindig, we have the recipes to make this year the best party ever!
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.
Fall is upon us and that means only one thing – its pumpkin time! Throughout the holiday season, pumpkins will be everywhere. They’ll be on porches, carved into jack-o-lanterns and baked into holiday pies.
That’s just scratching the surface as pumpkin spice and pumpkin flavors will abound in everything from pastries to fancy coffee drinks. And there will be no better place to take advantage of this pumpkin frenzy than at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s The Metropolitan which will present a special pumpkin inspired menu.
We call it the Pumpkin Patch and it takes advantage of the incredible versatility of pumpkins. You might not know this, but the pumpkin you carve into a jack o’lantern isn’t the same type of pumpkin you bake into a pie. There are actually more than 40 different varieties of pumpkins out there and while some are best used for scary Halloween decorations and fall displays, others are just right for cooking…
Japan has an interesting ability to take many of the best spirits in the world, from whiskey to beer, and make them their own. It’s an ability that’s not lost on the mixologists at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s first class Japanese restaurant Izakaya.
Izakaya already offers a wonderful selection of Japanese beers and whiskeys, including whiskeys from Japan’s premier distiller, Suntory.
But while you’ve probably heard of Japanese whiskey, there’s a new type of Japanese spirit that’s starting to sweep the country – Japanese vodka.
Search the words “Pineapple Express,” and you’ll find a lot of information about a 2008 movie starring James Franco and Seth Rogan which is much beloved by fans of Judd Apatow movies and served as an inspiration for some – shall we say farmers – who have been trying to create the fictitious – shall we say hybrid – in the film ever since.
Or, you’ll find info on a train tour through Dole’s Hawaiian pineapple plantation.
But search Pineapple Express Borgata or Pineapple Express Geoffrey Zakarian, and you’ll find this delightful summer concoction served at The Water Club here in Atlantic City. With summer here, we can’t think of a better way to welcome in the season.