Angeline by Michael Symon exceeds lofty expectations (Photos: SeasonedReview)

PhillyBite10Atlantic City, NJ - We have talked about planning a trip to Cleveland for years. It was not to see the Rock N’ Roll Hall of Fame or to catch a game at Progressive Field to see the Indians play. We would of course do those things, but we had a different reason for traveling to the Midwest. It was to dine at Lola, Michael Symon’s flagship restaurant.

Atlantic City a Must “DO” Destination This Summer

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ (May 17, 2016) As summer 2016 begins, new investments in entertainment, dining and attractions are brightening the outlook for Atlantic City and giving visitors numerous reasons to come “DO AC.”

Wildwood Crests Two Mile Restaurant & Bar

Wildwood Crest, NJ - Two Mile Restaurant & Bar is conveniently located at Two Mile Landing Marina near the Cape May-Wildwood Crest Toll Bridge, the restaurant opened its doors in  July of 2013, exactly 1 year after The Crab House. Two Mile was created so guests could enjoy a more upscale dinning experience away from the loud Crab Deck; with finer craft beers and wines, as well as a softer quieter setting.Wildwood Crest, NJ - Two Mile Restaurant & Bar is conveniently located at Two Mile Landing Marina near the Cape May-Wildwood Crest Toll Bridge, the restaurant opened its doors in  July of 2013, exactly 1 year after The Crab House. Two Mile was created so guests could enjoy a more upscale dinning experience away from the loud Crab Deck; with finer craft beers and wines, as well as a softer quieter setting.

Chef Jose Garces Opens Okatshe at theTropicana in Atlantic City

Atlantic City, NJ - Okatshe (pronounced Ō- kaht-she) is Chef Jose Garces playful, modernized take on a traditional Japanese izakaya. Okatshe visually transports guests to the streets of Tokyo and provides a sense of discovery by taking guests through a small Japanese candy (okashi) storefront before entering the restaurant.Atlantic City, NJ - Okatshe (pronounced Ō- kaht-she) is Chef Jose Garces playful, modernized take on a traditional Japanese izakaya. Okatshe visually transports guests to the streets of Tokyo and provides a sense of discovery by taking guests through a small Japanese candy (okashi) storefront before entering the restaurant.

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