Atlantic City Casino Near AC Deli Draws Huge Crowds

Atlantic City Casino Near AC Deli Draws Huge Crowds

AC Casino, Atlantic City’s newest and most glamorous casino, is the place to be these days. The massive casino, housed in a grandiose glass and steel structure, offers gambling, dining and entertainment options galore. And the adjacent AC Deli is a major attraction in its own right, serving up some of the best food in town.

The AC Deli has been packed since day one and shows no signs of slowing down. Fans come for the delicious sandwiches, salads and soups, as well as the wide variety of sides and desserts. There’s something for everyone at the AC Deli, from traditional American fare to ethnic specialties like Philly cheesesteaks and gyros.

And it’s not just the food that’s drawing people in – the AC Deli is also home to one of the largest bars in Atlantic City. There’s plenty of room to sit down and enjoy a cold drink or two, or you can take your food out on to the casino floor for some fun gaming action.

So if you’re looking for a great meal or just want to grab a drink and relax, don’t miss out on Atlantic City’s newest hot spot – the AC Deli!

Resorts Casino Drawing Near AC Deli a Big Success

Atlantic City’s Resorts Casino is drawing near to a big success according to the most recent figures from the New Jersey Division of Gaming Enforcement.

The casino, which opened in late May, has taken in $96.8 million so far this year. That’s well ahead of the $85 million it took in over the same period last year at the city’s former Trump Taj Mahal Casino Resort, which closed last October.

“We are incredibly proud of our team who have worked tirelessly to open and operate Resorts Casino Hotel Atlantic City successfully and continue to provide a best-in-class gaming and entertainment experience for our guests,” said James M. Murren, Chairman and CEO of MGM Resorts International.

The resort has been a big hit with tourists, who have made up two-thirds of its customers. The casino has also been popular with New Jersey locals, who account for about one-third of its business.

Resorts boasts more than 2,000 slot machines and 130 table games. It also has a 50,000-square-foot spa, five restaurants, two nightclubs and a golf simulator.

Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa Closes in on AC Deli

The Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa is looking to purchase the AC Deli from Caesars Entertainment.

The move would give the Borgata an additional eatery as well as a larger space for its buffet.

According to The Press of Atlantic City, the Borgata’s offer is in the neighborhood of $10 million.

Caesars Entertainment has not yet made a decision on whether or not to sell the AC Deli, but a company spokesperson confirmed that they are in discussions with multiple parties.

The AC Deli is located just off the Boardwalk in Atlantic City and offers both sit-down and take-out service. It features sandwiches, salads, and sides as well as burgers and pizzas.

Caesars Atlantic City Casino Nears AC Deli Location

Atlantic City, NJ - Caesars Atlantic City Casino is nearing the completion of their AC Deli location. The new deli will occupy the former NikeTown space at the casino and is expected to open in the next few weeks.

The new AC Deli will be twice as large as the current location in the Borgata and will offer a more expanded menu that includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner items. There will also be a full bar with cocktails, beer, and wine.

The new AC Deli is part of a larger renovation project at Caesars Atlantic City that includes a new sports book, updated gaming floor, and deluxe guest rooms.

Trump Taj Mahal Casino Closing In On AC Deli

The Trump Taj Mahal Casino is set to close its doors after Labor Day, according to recent reports. The closure of the casino will mean the loss of over 3,000 jobs, as well as the closure of the casino’s popular AC Deli.

The decision to close the casino was announced earlier this year, but the final date had not been set until now. According to owner Carl Icahn, the casino is no longer economically viable.

“Currently we are losing over $10 million a month and expect to lose a total of nearly $200 million this year,” Icahn said in a statement released in March.

The closure of the Taj Mahal will leave Atlantic City with only eight casinos remaining in operation.