Philadelphia, PA - Two restaurants, regarded as among Atlantic City’s top eateries, will close permanently due to coronavirus hardships.
Buddakan and The Continental Closing in AC
Philadelphia restaurateur Stephen Starr told The Associated Press that Buddakan and The Continental decided not to reopen the Atlantic City restaurants.
Both popular and highly regarded Atlantic City restaurants will remain closed permanently, due to hardships related to the pandemic, along with the many restrictions that followed.
Buddakan and The Continental were both located inside the Playground Pier, owned by Caesars Entertainment.
Both eateries employed a little over one hundred workers. Both staff members were notified that the businesses would be closing permanently.
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