The Fresh Harvest Buffet at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is a decent buffet so let’s start with the best things about it first. High quality ingredients are served very fresh.
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Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City is a lovely new property. They did a great job with the bones from the Taj, and it is casually elegant. There is still construction going on at the entrance and they could use more staff, but overall, it’s a very inviting place.
Lots of people want to keep it a secret when they turn 40. Not Resorts Casino Hotel! Resorts was the first casino-hotel in Atlantic City, opening at 10 a.m. on May 26, 1978. Plus all the Atlantic City Scoop, including: Martini Week, Boardwalk Block Party, and “insider” tips about what’s happening in Atlantic City’s casinos during May 2018.
Last week nearly all casino news focused on Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Atlantic City. James F. Allen, chairman of Hard Rock International, officially announced a June 28 opening. Stressing that Hard Rock “is an entertainment facility, not just a casino,” Allen also announced some of the 300 acts already booked in Atlantic City.
With the brand already successfully operating a signature Cafe in the shuttered resort, and the money ready for investing, the synergy happened and the result has been announced formally to the world as the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Atlantic City.
During November visitors will have lots to be thankful for – and they don’t even have to wait until Thanksgiving.
They’re already available for play, but the “official” debut of the first video-gaming machines in a U.S.-based casino is Nov. 2 at Bally’s Wild Wild West, Caesars and Harrah’s. The premier game, “Danger Arena,” is a first-person action video game in which player skill determines the payout.
Chocolate and Halloween are a pretty good combination, and you can get your fill of both during October in Atlantic
After Labor Day in Atlantic City, temperatures begin to get cooler and the crowds thin out, but there is still lots to do in September.
Some of these events could have a big impact on traffic and accommodations, so think about this when planning a visit. Here are some “insider” tips about what’s happening at Atlantic City’s casinos: