Nightclubs & Bars
There are two kinds of moods that February brings. First is the “Love is in the air” mood, which sounds cheesy but has such a nice ring to it… especially when you’re in love. The other one? Oh that’s the “I need a drink” mood. The “Pour me a shot and let’s party cause I don’t need anyone to make me happy” vibe that at least one person in your friend group gives off. No matter the mood you’re in, Premier Nightclub is where you should head this Valentine’s Day season. 2017 marks the club’s first ever Love Me Not (Anti) Valentines Days Party.
February 14 is right around the corner. Whether you have that special someone that you want to pamper, or you want to cheer on the single life, Borgata offers a variety of unique ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day, including several one-of-a-kind getaway packages and parties that you’ll only find when Cupid is around.
After kickin’ off 2017 with Winter Music Week, Premier decided to continue the party. With big acts such as Markus Schulz and Dash Berlin headlining on Saturdays, the nightclub turns up the volume for the end of the month with Valentino Khan and Morgan Page!
If you’re looking for a reason to unwind, relax, and perhaps have a little fun in the process, look no further than Borgata where we offer something for just about everyone, including ways to indulge and get your party on. We are, after all, the East Coast’s preeminent entertainment, dining, and resort destination. Need more motivation? Here are some of the top reasons to plan an escape to Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa.
The holidays are coming to an end, but Premier Nightclub isn’t quite done celebrating this wonderful time of the year. Earlier this week, Cash Cash took the Premier Monday stage kicking off the venue’s Winter Music Week. Premier has top name DJs every week, but these few days of the year between Christmas and New Year (when we anxiously await a new chapter to begin) calls for something special. The venue is bringing some of the biggest DJs to one stage back-to-back nights.
It doesn’t matter if you’re a good witch or a bad one: the East Coast’s premiere LGBT resort destination has plenty of tricks and treats for your Halloween celebration. Whether it’s cheering on your favorite drag superstars to dancing the night away in our new state-of-the-art nightclub, OUT at Borgata has a way to make your favorite fall holiday a memorable one.
Excitement is brewing over Borgata’s newest nightclub, Premier with its lavish opening on April 8 and grand opening party on April 30. The $14 million project, which is designed to rival top clubs in Las Vegas, Miami, and New York, features 18,000 square feet of space, two 35-foot long bars, and a horseshoed shape mezzanine. In short, […]
Ruby Rose, star of Orange is the New Black and outspoken genderfluid actor, performer, model, and DJ, tore down the doors to celebrate Borgata’s Premier Nightclub during the venue’s grand opening celebration on April 30. And open it did she ever: It was an all-night bender, featuring dancing go-go girls wearing light-up bikinis and horns inspired by Maleficent, an insanely packed dance floor, and plenty of booze.
Like say Mexico.
Our neighbors to the south have given us some great stuff, from tequila to Mexican cuisine to one of the great unofficial holidays on our calendar – namely Cinco de Mayo.
Years ago, the fifth of May was just basically the fifth day of May for most Americans. Now, it’s time for an all-out celebration. It’s a tradition we embrace fully at Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, especially at Gypsy Bar, our signature tequila bar where we’ll be holding a special Cinco de Mayo celebration.
For those of you who like to understand why we party, Cinco de Mayo commemorates the Mexican army’s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Contrary to popular belief, it is not Mexico’s Independence Day, which is celebrated in September.
Now we could go all geopolitical here, but suffice to say that in the 50s and 60s the day became popular as a celebration of Mexican culture in the U.S. that spread quickly through the country and became a tradition marked by parties, music and just an all-around good time.
And we totally support that.