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Navigating 50 Bites+: Week Four
50 Bites+ is half over! Passes now only $30!

Navigating 50 Bites+: Week Four

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OK, so the easy part is done. You got to spend the last three weeks kicking back and savoring bites in all the suburbs outside of Atlantic City. But now it’s crunch time.


Well, you were probably too busy flashing that fancy lanyard around to notice, but 50 Bites+ is officially half way over! (Audible gasp.)

Now before you all go freaking out, the good news is we have this whole thing mapped out, so if you stick with us, you will get to enjoy each bite before the promotion is over.

Want more good news? Well, for any of you who have been dragging your feet about buying your pass, starting Thursday, Nov. 2, 50 Bites+ passes can be had for just $30! That’s right, 20 less bucks for the same amount of bites (65 in total). Now that is worth getting off your couch for! Go to ACWeekly/50Bites to get yours today.

So let’s dive right in. We start strong this week, hitting the Pic-A-Lilli Pub for their incredible buffalo wings, which we have declared to be “the greatest wings in the solar system.” Dragging ourselves out of there will be tough, but it has to be done.

We head to Resorts Casino Hotel, where a foursome of awesome spots awaits. Stop one is Ruby’s Dinette, whose turkey bacon melt is enough to get us all looking forward to Thanksgiving. The Original Soup Man is next, but there will be “No soup for you!” Instead, they serve up a tasty barbecue pulled pork slider. From there it’s onto Famous Famiglia Pizzeria for a bite of their bacon chicken and ranch pizza, followed by a quick stop at Margaritaville for their awesome lava lava shrimp.

After exiting Resorts, we head over to Tony Baloney’s, a spot known for its unusual creations. This year their bite is the mini truffle mozzarella stick, which is gooey and just small enough not to fill up on. Next it’s on to Back Bay Ale House where the crabby mac and cheese will likely have you ordering up a full portion size along with a few of their famous basin mason cocktails. Our last stop in A.C. for the day is Kelsey’s, where the soul roll manages to deliciously combine the best of both Asian and Southern cooking.

As we head out of A.C., that last little rumble in our collective stomach allows us the stamina to fight for one last bite. So, we head over the bridge to Brigantine, where The Cove proudly serves up its whole smoked wing — a 50 Bites+ classic from last year that was so good it just had to return to the lineup.


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