Halloween Weekend is notorious for bringing the imaginative, the scary, and of course, the sexy out of Atlantic City. This year, Premier Nightclub is bringing all that and raising the bar a bit higher.
Who says kids get to have all of the fun on October 31? At Borgata, our world-class mixologists are mixing up plenty of Halloween fun, and to prove it, we rounded up some of the spookiest cocktails that you can enjoy at Borgata any day of the year.
Not candy. We’re talking about something even sweeter — $5,000 cash.
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!
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We’ll present you with a treat in the form of a special card. Click it to find out what you’ve won. You’re guaranteed to win something, so this one is all treat and no trick. The Bonus Dollars are yours to use right away, so go ahead and enjoy them.
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…
Making an entrance…
- Adorn your front yard or walkway with foam tombstones to mimic a graveyard.
- If space allows, place a rocking chair just outside of the front door and cover the chair and surrounding area in fake cobwebs.
- Hang tattered cheesecloth at the front door to create the effect of weathered drapery for guests to walk through.
- Place a plastic or foam skull in a glass cake display and leave at eye level just inside the front door to welcome guests as they enter the party.