Atlantic City Restaurants
“Califronia Fresh On The East Coast!”“We strive to bring you the freshest, healthiest, best tasting ingredients we can find, li…”
Posted by: West Coast Subs
“Specialty Cocktails And Signature Fondue Dinners”“At The Melting Pot, fondue becomes a memorable four-course dining experience where you ca…”
Posted by: The Melting Pot
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“Server - OUTSTANDING / Manager - HORRIBLE!!!”Steve , Philadelphia - “We had made reservations for 4 of us for 8:30 Saturday ni…”
Said about: 800 Bay Restaurant and Bar
“Delicious”Non-Member, Reader - “Wow I was very impressed with such an establishment. The fo…”
Said about: Alfe's Restaurant
“Best Subs on the Jersey Shore!!!”Member, Jill, Toms River - “OMG, I love this place, I go all the time. The subs a…”
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Welcome to MetroGuide.Network's Atlantic City DiningGuide,
a directory of restaurants and related restaurant information for Metropolitan Atlantic City, New Jersey. Use MetroGuide's DiningGuide service to find Atlantic City restaurants by location or cuisine. Try our Dining Search box (above), to look for a particular name or address, or use our Atlantic City overview map (at left), to jump to dining options.
With five miles of world-famous Boardwalk
lined with shops, casinos and other amusements,
it's easy to work up appetites in Atlantic City. Legend has it the Boardwalk's famed salt water taffy
originated in 1883 after a storm flooded a candy store. Beyond taffy, seafood
stars in Atlantic City, with local catch featured on menus almost everywhere. Waterview restaurants are
plentiful, overlooking not only the ocean, but also rivers, lakes, bays, harbors and inlets. Many area
restaurants -- some around since the late 1800s and still family owned -- feature fresh-off-the-boat bounty
to go with veal, chops, steak and other
favorites. If Atlantic City DiningGuide street names sound familiar, it could be because the most popular
board game ever -- Monopoly -- was developed by Charles Darrow in 1929 using Atlantic City thoroughfares.
DiningGuide Atlantic City is part of MetroGuide Atlantic City,
offering guides to
attractions and more for the entire region.
Atlantic City Dining By Location
To perform a quick search for restaurants in the Metropolitan Atlantic City
area, please select one of the locations below
(restaurant listings will be grouped by cuisine / category):
Restaurants in Atlantic City, inland of the boardwalk area, and nearby communities including Somers Point and Egg Harbor Township
The 4 1/2 mile Atlantic City Boardwalk runs along the ocean and features the area's concentration of dining options, from legendary confections and beach snacks to upscale restaurants
Absecon's restaurants are located about halfway between Atlantic City and the airport (ACY), and cover the full range of dining options
The Jersey shore offers numerous oceanside restaurants in communities around Atlantic City, including Brigantine, Seaside Heights, Cape May, Manasquan, Spring Lake, Stone Harbor, Toms River, Wildwood and Wildwood Crest
Ocean City dining options are located on a barrier island, a short drive southwest of Atlantic City
Atlantic City Dining By Cuisine
Or, select a cuisine / category from the list presented below (restaurant listings will be grouped by
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