Admit it: you sometimes have dessert first. On October 14, you can have your cake and eat it, too: it’s National Dessert Day! At Borgata, we have so many options to tempt your sweet tooth, from Baked Alaska to Cookies and Cream Cheesecake. If you’re looking for a way to celebrate National Dessert Day, check out our delectable picks that will satisfy your sweet cravings.
BOO! If you’re in for treats and not much for tricks, Borgata is the perfect place to celebrate the most ghostly time of the year. In fact, we have plenty of hauntingly good deals and promotions during the month of October that will leave you spooked for more. Check out our bewitching picks for ways to make the most out of your Halloween vacation at Borgata!
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!
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.
You ever find yourself thinking that the weekend isn’t long enough? There’s so much you want to do, yet so little time. While most people return to their regularly scheduled programming on Mondays (i.e. working your 9 to 5, making your mandated meeting, etc.), Borgata guests don’t ever have to feel that way. It’s time to make Monday your new Saturday.
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.
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!
“We’re really moving along,” said Chef Michael Schulson, Chef-Partner of Borgata’s Izakaya, the sexy Japanese pub that has developed a strong and loyal following since it opened in 2008. But, faithful patrons at his Atlantic City establishment very well might have first run into the Chef’s signature stylings a few miles north in the City of Brotherly Love.
Schulson isn’t a new player in the vast and changing Philadelphia culinary scene; his Sampan restaurant is one of the most frequented spots on 13th Street in Center City’s Midtown Village, followed in popularity only by his unique concept Double Knot next door. It’s a coffee and espresso bar by day, and bustling Japanese-inspired eatery at night.
Well, we can’t quite promise you that, but we can guarantee that you’ll have a load of foodie fun (and learn a few things along the way that you can apply to your own cooking) at Borgata’s annual Savor Borgata event. The week-long festival that celebrates everything culinary returns to the resort from Sunday, October 30th through Saturday, November 5th.
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.