Margaritaville Comes to Atlantic City

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Resorts Casino debuted a new expansion called Margaritaville

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Relax at the new Margaritaville in Atlantic City.

Resort Casino Hotel was considered to be on one of the lowest rungs in the Atlantic City casino scene. However, the recently debuted Margaritaville may change that.

According to the website, Margaritaville will bring the missing beach party vibe to Atlantic City. Inspired by everyone’s favorite beach bum Jimmy Buffet, Margaritaville is a 17,000 square foot entertainment center that cost approximately $35 million dollars to create.

It will feature a new tiki bar with a menu of beachy umbrella accented drinks and fun, bottle flipping bartenders. There will also be an al fresco patio where guests can drink and dine while taking in a beachfront view. And for those who like to stay up late playing the slots, there will be a coffee shop, which will serve unique blends such as the dark roast Pirate Gold Coffee and the caffeine-free License to Chill Coffee.

In addition to the bar and patio there will of course be island-themed table games and slots. A stage will also feature live daily performances. 

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