Clarion Hotel & Convention Center - Atlantic City West
6821 Black Horse Pike
Egg Harbor Township, NJ 08234-4062
Phone: (609) 272-0200
Fax: (609) 646-3703
6821 Black Horse Pike , Egg Harbor Township, NJ, US, 08234-4062
- Phone: (609) 272-0200
- Fax: (609) 646-3703
A Touch of Italy offers a wide range of Italian delicacies from specialty dishes to pasta and veal dishes using only natural meats. Enjoy delectable seafood, like Lobster Fra Diavolo (lobster tail in garlic sauce over linguine) or for a more traditional meal try the Shrimp Scampi Over Pasta. The restaurant is large, with four dining rooms, but the staff is both attentive and accommodating creating the ambiance of a smaller establishment. A Touch of Italy offers a great selection of wines from Italy, including the Tuscany region, to Napa Valley wines from California. The restaurant is a short trip from the boardwalk. Enjoy a great Italian dinner and a fine wine at A Touch of Italy.
Located on the Black Horse Pike, Library III is a long-standing restaurant in Egg Harbor City, and it is known for its scrumptious steaks and wonderful lounge atmosphere. The setting is just like a typical library with tall book shelves and dim candle lights lining the walls of the dining room. Enjoy the onslaught of succulent steaks like the Prime Rib, Filet Mignon, New York Sirloin and Broiled Sea Scallops, along with Cajun Fries and Rice-Pilaf with Mushroom and Onion at the side. After the meal, walk up to the lounge of Library III and gulp down their specialty cocktails like Margarita and Martinis. As for the entertainment, the downstairs area is where the local and national bands strum out some amazing original tunes for the crowd.
Goodfellows is an Atlantic City staple that has been feeding visitors and locals since 1984. The menu boasts casual and hearty food at reasonable prices. Choose from sandwiches, salads, and delectable appetizers. If you have trouble settling on something to eat, wait until you see the extensive list of beers available. The restaurant also has cocktails and wine. Check out their calendar of events on their website.
While the menu looks like something out of a well-established restaurant, you might want to give a second thought about the atmosphere. While the lighting is good, you might want to plan accordingly as to miss the rowdy events. The Halloween Party is a popular event at Tomatoe's and everyone, including the staff, gets in on the action. The menu has a lot to offer including such specialties as Chilean Sea Bass in Miso Glaze, Seared Bluefin Tuna and a variety of Sushi. To finish it off, try handling the Key Lime Pie, it's one of the best!
If you don't recognize that address you might be unaware that the best feature of this place isn't the food, but the sunsets! Lamberti's is located right along the waterfront, giving you the best view you could ask for while you enjoy that perfect Italian meal. The menu has changed quite a bit from its opening in 2000 but the style is just the same. It's a family owned-and-operated business which means that's how you'll be treated. Also, stop by for a killer happy hour, they have some of the best specials around!
This restaurant is located, as you may have guessed, overlooking the bay area; a beautiful view adds a nice touch to any meal. What's more? Jazz musicians perform here on a regular basis. Choose to seat yourself anywhere - in the main dining area, by the bar, in the Piano Room, or in the 'Verandah', which is actually a dining room with gigantic windows overlooking the water. And feast on such dishes as Veal Chop Milanese, 8oz. Australian Cold Water Lobster Tail, and Pan-Seared, Honey Mustard Crusted Organic Norwegian Salmon.
Forget all the other upscale Italian restaurants, when you're looking for a home-cooked Italian meal without the fuss, you can rest assured that Barrels knows what they're doing. With over 40 years experience, Barrels offers a wide variety of Italian specialties that have been in the family for generations. Barrel's also operates an amazing Deli serving up some quite interesting and down-right delicious sandwiches. You might want to trust the four generations that have gone into this restaurant and give this place a try.
This restaurant offers a skyline view of Atlantic City, roaring fireplace, and seaside decor. It was once a sailing club, founded in 1895. Their seafood-centric menu includes Caribbean crusted grilled jumbo shrimp and scallops with pineapple coconut curry sauce, pecan crusted chicken, and sauteed rainbow trout layered with spinach and jumbo shrimp with lemon chardonnay sauce. Hours of operation vary seasonally; call for more details.
Locals and tourists who want to get away from the 'scene' of Atlantic City find Wonder Bar to be a refreshing alternative to the high energy vibe of the big casinos. Wonder Bar is situated right on the water and has a room appropriately named The Sunset Room, where you can eat from their fabulous menu while watching the sky turn every shade of pink and orange, slowly turning the boats in the harbor into silhouettes. Dine on savory Jumbo Lump Crabcakes or ‘Naked' NY Strip Steak and decadent desserts like Triple Chocolate Cake.
You might be hard pressed to find a great Mexican restaurant this far from the border, but patrons to this location will be surprised to find excellent entree's combined with an excellent price. The restaurant serves up all that you might expect from a classic Mexcian joint, but with all the people inside, they seem to be doing something a little better than all the rest. However, because of its popularity, it does get a little loud. Nonetheless, this makes for a great, quick bite if you're on the run, or a relaxing meal without all the fuss.
You know that a Vietnamese restaurant is good when its packed full of locals. This is probably the best Vietnamese Restaurant in Atlantic City, earning a well-deserved name for itself in the form of all the classic tastes you're looking for. As well as being easy on your stomach, its also easy on your wallet. This is a great place to catch a quick business lunch or an informal dinner.
Whether it's a late night oyster craving or a midday gelato fix, The Metropolitan can hook you up. In addition, the menu has sandwiches, salads, soups, and more upscale entrees like Classic Oyster Stew. The restaurant is open all night most days of the week. You may feel guilty about indulging in their Philly Cheese Steak in the wee hours of the morning but the price is something you can feel good about. For great food at any hour of the day at reasonable prices head on down to The Metropolitan.