The biggest football Sunday of the year is upon us and Borgata is the perfect location to celebrate the championship game, with sports-themed food and drink specials, as well as viewing opportunities throughout the property – including Angeline by Michael Symon, Bobby Flay Steak, Wolfgang Puck American Grille, and Level One.
Borgata’s Izakaya is a popular place to grab one of Chef Schulson’s signature Japanese-inspired cocktails. Izakaya gives diners the chance to experience a taste of the Far East without having to venture far from the casino floor. Head over to our Instagram page and check out Borgata’s IGTV to learn more about the three drinks below.
One of the biggest goals for our culinary team during Savor Borgata is to show guests how to incorporate new techniques and ingredients in the kitchen. We’re here to help! Check out these two recipes from Savor Borgata: The Ultimate Food Experience.
Spring is in the air, which only means one thing: flowers! However, if you don’t have a green thumb, or are looking for a tasty alternative to a dozen roses, we’ve got the perfect solution: an edible floral bouquet!
If there were two things that were born to be together, it’s chocolate and peanut butter! If you’re a fan of this sweet combination, Borgata’s Executive Pastry Chef Thaddeus DuBois has created the ultimate treat: a Chocolate Peanut Butter Egg that’s exclusively available at Borgata Baking Company. These colorful eggs are filled with a creamy peanut butter blend that make them the perfect Easter treat.
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.
One of the many joys of Christmas is the arrival of peppermint sticks – better known as candy canes. These tasty treats have the added bonus of being a great holiday decoration for the tree and coming in perfect holiday colors.
Candy canes have been around a long time. Folklore has it that they were the brainchild of a German choirmaster all the way back in 1670. He wanted a treat that would keep children quiet during nativity services and asked the candy maker to make the peppermint sticks look like the crooks carried by the shepherds that visited the baby Jesus – you know, to Christmas them up a bit.