Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City’s Food Fit For A Millionaire

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You know how we told you how you can start earning tier credits to earn entries to get in the running to be a finalist for the next Millionaire Maker One Million Dollar Giveaway at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City last week? Did you get all that? Click here for a refresher.

Anyway. Say you’re the next winner. You become a millionaire. You would no doubt be ordering some pricier menu items, right? We know we would. And we have some suggestions for you. Feast your eyes on Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City‘s Food Fit For A Millionaire, below. This classic combo just screams money, ya’ll.

Scarduzio's Steak & Sushi Lounge

Debragga 28 Day Dry Aged Prime New York Sirloin/add 8 oz. Cold Water South African Lobster Tail for $80 a plate at Scarduzio’s Steak and Sushi Lounge at Showboat Atlantic City.

The Reserve

And this Surf And Turf from The Reserve at Bally’s Atlantic City priced at $68.

We also recommend the 28 Day Dry Aged Prime Tomahawk Ribeye Chop plus Tail for $110 from The Steakhouse at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City and the Prime Rib from Nero’s Tuscan Steakhouse at Caesars Atlantic City for $58.

Food Fit For A Millionaire, ya’ll. And don’t forget, it could be you! Click here and here for more Millionaire Maker madness.

 

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