Atlantic City Tropicana Casino-Hotel To Welcome Eight New Restaurants, Lounges

As part of Caesars Entertainment’s $400 million revamp of its Atlantic City properties, its Tropicana casino-hotel will be adding eight new dining and entertainment options starting this summer.

The Tropicana Atlantic City at 2831 Boardwalk,one of three hospitality sites that Caesars owns at the seaside gambling mecca, also said on Thursday that it will be adding enhancements to its gaming offerings.

The dining and gambling upgrades are part of the previously announced commitment by Caesars, based in Reno, Nevada, to invest $400 million in its Atlantic City resorts — Caesars Atlantic City and Harrah’s Resort Atlantic City as well as the Tropicana — by 2023. Eight of the 14 new restaurants and fast-casual concepts debuting at those Caesars properties this year will be at the Tropicana.

Caesars is doubling down on its commitment to the market “by raising the bar this year, introducing new dining, entertainment, and gaming experiences to our guests at Tropicana Atlantic City,” John Koster, regional president for the company’s Eastern division, said in a statement.

*Article courtesy Costar

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