COVID-19: AC Casino Restaurants Prepare To Reopen – New Jersey News Network
Atlantic City’s casinos were closed for Memorial Day due to COVID-19. Some reopened in time for the Fourth of July holiday with safety measures in place, however, indoor dining, drinking and smoking was forbidden. Now, Gov. Phil Murphy has given the green light for indoor dinning to resume...
Atlantic City casinos ready for indoor dining to resume... – Press of Atlantic City
The lifting of the statewide indoor dining ban was welcome news to casinos and their patrons. Without indoor dining or casino floor beverage service, guests have been forced to eat and drink outdoors or in hotel rooms. Gov. Phil Murphy’s announcement Monday that indoor dining can resume at...
Casino Association of New Jersey Statement Regarding th... – Media Release
Steve Callender, president of the Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ), issued the following statement on behalf of the association regarding the reopening of some Atlantic City casinos this week:
“For each of the Casino Association of New Jersey (CANJ) members, our top priori...
Drinking is now allowed on the Atlantic City boardwalk,... – Star-Ledger
Under the constant stream of sunshine and a steady breeze off of the water, residents and visitors to Atlantic City had the chance to partake in something that has been forbidden for quite a while: consuming alcohol while on and...
Casino chefs preparing meals for less fortunate: Everyo... – Press of Atlantic City
Three chefs from Gordon Ramsay Steak in Harrah’s Atlantic City are finding some rewarding ways to use their downtime while the casinos are closed.