Viva AC: The Top 5 Vegas Things In Atlantic City

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Are you a Las Vegas fanatic? Are there just so many things about that destination that make you excited and energized?! Well, we have a secret for you. You may already know this tid bit. And you may not. But there is a whole ‘lotta Vegas up in Atlantic City right at this very moment. The tastes, the vibe and the ching ching. Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City properties got it too! In no particular order, check out the Top 5 Vegas Things In Atlantic City.

1. The Casino Floor at Bally’s Atlantic City

Atlantic City casinos

The casino floor at Bally’s Atlantic City was opened up and reconstructed at the beginning of the year. Instead of a crowded mishmash of machines, you’re now able to take a clearer pathway to your favorite games. Most of the table games are also conveniently located along the main aisles of the casino….just like Vegas! Bally’s Atlantic City and Bally’s Las Vegas casinos are insanely strikingly similar in terms of set up and end cap art.

2. Martorano’s at Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City

Martorano's

Al Pacino and Jimmy Kimmel’s favorite meatballs, Italian classics (and we’re talking food and mob movies), disco lights, loud R&B music and slow jams aren’t just a winning combination you can only get in Vegas! While Rio Las Vegas was the first to bring the Martorano brand to the west coast, Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City brought it back east soon after. Same menu, same decor, same music, same movies and a killer concept you can’t get just anywhere…but you can get it in Las Vegas AND Atlantic City.

3. Dueling Pianos at Bally’s Atlantic City

Dueling Pianos

Strolling down the Las Vegas strip you see and hear many a’ dueling piano like the situation at the Napoleon Lounge at Paris Las Vegas, but did you know that this dueling piano action also goes down right off the Atlantic City boardwalk at Blue Martini at Bally’s? It’s true. New dueling pianists are welcomed every Saturday night to battle it out and take requests from the crowd. Plus you’re able to sip on unique specialty martinis (like marshmallow and gumball) while sitting back to enjoy the tunes. We love the energy of a piano, don’t you?

4. Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill at Caesars Atlantic City (coming soon)

Gordon Ramsay Atlantic City

This one is coming soon. The construction walls are actually up as we speak, but Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill (much like the one at Caesars Palace Las Vegas) is coming to Caesars Atlantic City in early 2015. Gordon Ramsay’s Pub & Grill is set to be the most authentic English pub (with over 30 beers on tap) in Atlantic City as it is in Sin City. The decor is also slated to be on point with the mothership such as the English telephone booth style backdrops and patio that extends outwards towards the casino floor.

5. Vegas Fries at Guy Fieri’s Chophouse at Bally’s Atlantic City

Guy Fieri Atlantic City 4

VEGAS Fries. Need we say more?

See! All the good parts of Las Vegas are all up in AC these days. Check out Caesars, Harrah’s Resort, and Bally’s for a little taste of it within driving distance. Click here to see all of our special room offers.

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About The Author

A music junkie and pop culture nerd, Jackie has been storytelling and producing exclusive content through various forms of media since she was a teenager running online fan clubs on Yahoo Groups. Remember those? A Bachelor of Arts degree in Journalism from Ithaca College took her to the City of Angels where she scored bylines in The Hollywood Reporter and dabbled in music PR. An East Coast girl at heart, she circled back to her home state of New Jersey where she penned Caesars Entertainment Atlantic City’s Atlantic City Blog and hasn’t looked back since.

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