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Navigating 50 Bites+: Week 6

Navigating 50 Bites+: Week 6

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After this many weeks of bites, we assume you guys are pros. After all, you have conquered the suburbs, braved the city and left satisfied each and every time.

So how about we kick things up a notch? This week we challenge your bite tolerance. Can you do 12 in one day? Let’s find out, shall we?

We start off at Bally’s Atlantic City which holds four bites all under one roof. First is the bbq smoked wings at Guy’s Bar-B-Que Joint — a smoky delight which perfectly sets the mood before heading over to the second Fieri branded restaurant on the list, Guy Fieri’s Chophouse for their rodeo shrimp dragon roll. After that, it’s off to Harry’s Oyster Bar, where the New England clam chowder is sure to put a warm hug in your stomachs. Finally we close out Bally’s with a trip to Johnny Rockets for their Route 66 burger.

With Bally’s bites conquered, we head over to Caesars Atlantic City. Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill is stop number one for their pub spot slider. After sliding that down we go to Nero’s Italian Steakhouse where we double down on beef with their prime meatball.

With the casinos out of the way it’s time to hop around the city.

Formica Bros. Bakery is first on our list and after chomping down on their tomato pie, it seems to make sense that we head to Cavo Café for the penne with spicy marinara. Switching from the Italian theme we stop in at Wingcraft for their poutine slider before crossing the street and heading to Tun Tavern where the fried Brussels sprouts provide a perfectly delicious palate cleanse.

With just two bites left you may be running out of gas, but this is no time for quitters. So grab a sip of water, stand up, dust yourself off and join us as we head to Angelo’s Fairmount Tavern where the lobster and cheese ravioli will inspire you to knock down that last bite.

And what is that last bite? Why it’s none other than an absolute Atlantic City legend, a sub from White House Sub Shop. Your choice of regular Italian or meatball, one thing that is for sure — you are going to love it.

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