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Restaurant week returns to Atlantic City

Posted by Paul Kandarian  February 28, 2013 11:15 AM

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From March 3-9, Atlantic City in N.J. holds its annual restaurant week, when 81 of the city’s most popular restaurants will serve prix-fixe menus with dinners from $33.13 and lunches from $15.13, which includes appetizer, entrée and dessert, (tax, tip and beverages are not included). The event began in 2009 to showcase Atlantic City’s culinary scene, one populated by chefs such as Wolfgang Puck, Marc Forgione, Bobby Flay and Michel Richard, who have opened restaurants there. This year’s restaurants include The Palm, Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, American Cut Steakhouse, Carmine’s, Il Mulino, Atlantic Grill and Lillie’s Asian Cuisine.

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