White House Subs is the most famous sub shop in Atlantic City. Join host Melissa Uhniat as she tries out one of these famous sandwiches. Check it out!
Angelo's Fairmount Tavern is an old fashioned, family owned Italian restaurant in the heart of Atlantic City. The food is outstanding with everything from steaks to seafood to pasta. It's a great place for family dining, but also accommodates banquets, parties, christenings, bridal showers, and more. Melissa and our crew enjoyed some of Angelo's finest homemade dishes and were treated to a full tour of the entire tavern. Angelo's Fairmount Tavern is one restaurant you can't miss when visiting Atlantic City.
Casino Male has provided affordable, quality men's clothing in Atlantic City for over 30 years. Rena and Dave Hofeld started out selling tuxedos and uniforms to the top casinos in AC. Today, they continue to provide casino clothing, but focus primarily on dressing the modern AC visitor. From shoes to suits to dress shirts, Casino Male is the place to go for men's clothing and to take in some of Atlantic City's history.
Atlantic City Country Club's motto is "Play a round with history" and that couldn't be more fitting. From the clubhouse to the course itself, AC Country Club has played host to numerous PGA, Women's PGA, and Senior PGA events. Legends of the game from Arnold Palmer to Don January have all played on this beautiful course. If you want an extraordinary golfing experience like no other, you have to visit Atlantic City Country Club. In Part 1, host John Jackson begins another round of Beat the Pro and visits with the course's Banquet and Sales Manager, Pete McCollum.
A true Scottish Links golf course in Atlantic City? It's true and it's here at the Links at Brigantine. Host John Jackson takes us through the whipping winds of the course with head pro Jason Wiegand. Jason will show us two of the top holes of the course while offering John some tips. A great course like the Links at Brigantine is a superb addition to any AC golfing experience.
Great golfing in Atlantic City is one of the best-kept secrets, but Twisted Dunes is getting the word out. Host John Jackson takes us on a tour of this magnificent course with head pro Scott Dunn. They'll play a few holes while you get to see the rolling dunes that intertwine through the lush greens. You might even pick up a tip or two on how to play this phenomenal course.
The Irish Pub in Atlantic City has been raved about by almost everyone who has ever stepped in the door. Called by some major magazines, "America's Greatest Watering Hole," the pub is one place you don't want to miss when in Atlantic City. From the town drunk, to Donald Trump, everyone is welcomed at the Irish Pub. Great Irish Food at a fair price, a cold pint, and a great atmosphere, how can you beat the Irish Pub?
This renovated speak easy has fast built a new reputation as the premier fine dining establishment in Atlantic City. Chef & Owner Frank Dougherty will transport you back to prohibition when the Knife and Fork's extensive wine list was a secret. Today it is no secret that Knife and Fork is the "special occasion" restaurant of choice for locals and visitors alike. On the menu, surf will meet turf, with Wagyu burgers, lollipop lamb chops, and pan-seared halibut with New England clam chowder sauce.
If you're tired of walking, running, biking, or roller blading through Atlantic City, then it's time to hop on a Segway at Ride N' Glide. Segways are a fun new way to explore AC, but make sure you bring your balance. Owner Terry Barrow makes learning how to ride a Segway fun and easy for everyone. After a quick tutorial, you'll be tooling around the boardwalk in no time.
This hip European Bistro is the place "to see and be scene" in AC. Following in the footsteps of Boston's famous Newbury Street location, Sonsie brings its fabulous flavors and vibrant bar scene to Atlantic City. Led by award winning Chef Martin Doyle, the menu focuses on seasonality and freshness. Sonsie also boasts a wine cellar featuring over 300 wines from around the world.
The original New York City Stage Deli has found a home at the Taj in Atlantic City. The sandwiches are as unique as the celebrities they are named after, such as the Tom Hanks, Dolly Parton, and Woody Allen. If you can finish one of these stacked sandwiches the deserts are just as delicious and as enormous- the featured desert is the NY style Cheesecake.
The Palm at the Tropicana has the best NY steaks at the Jersey Shore. To compliment those steaks, there's also a rich array of seafood, appetizers, and desserts. While you're dining, you might think you've wandered into the funny pages of a newspaper. Don't worry. You haven't. The walls at the Palm are decorated with very unique renderings of celebrities, customers, and actual comic strips. If the Family Circus wants a steak in Atlantic City, they're probably heading to the Palm.