Thanks for posting. The Beach Bar does nothing for me but I do like the idea about Liquid. Could be a nice place to grab a quick casual bite.
Thanks for posting. Sounds very exciting and kudos to Trump Plaza for listening the some of the things that the gambler wants. (as stated multiple times on this forum)
*Fun beach bar,
*an inexpensive buffet (we'll just have to see what the quality of the food will be for $7.99) that will bring people in.
*affordable food options
Sounds like they're in it to win it, at least for the summer season, it's a great location hope they do well.
they finally get it.. hopefully they will renovate they rooms now. Happy to see that changes are being made with dining entertainment and so on
$7.98 Dinner Buffet ? Let the Lines begin!
It never occurred to me until I read this article that they didn't have a buffet. I just never thought about it.
Wow, I had no idea they didn't have a buffet. I thought they had the broadway buffet. These changes sound great even without the new owners so far. Hope they can last!Edited: 11:53 pm, May 15, 2013
The BROADWAY Buffet has been closed for several years and I thought it was tied with Resorts for the worst buffet in Atlantic City. Hopefully the food will now be better but for that price one cannot complain.
I see they mention Roberto's towards the end. Guess it's not open in the winter by the sounds of it? I thought that was their buffet. Wonder if they're going to change something with it.
Anyone know anything about the liquid bar and jezebel's? They have any good specials, or are they expensive? I'm always curious as to bars in casino' s as I like walking down the boardwalk having a beer here and there, but not too big on paying $7 for a bottle.
Thanks for posting. Sounds good.
I really liked their buffet years ago because of the perfectly cooked Prime Ribs and desserts. There usually was a BOGO coupon in a magazine at the information center near the old convention center. It was disappointing when they kept cutting their hours.
Their location and price will guarantee a never-ending line. Just hope they have alot of tables and servers so the lines will be tolerable. Folks paying over $30 for dinner at Caesars will flock there as well as those missing the Virginia City buffet. Heck there were lines for the cheap Resorts buffet served on paper and plastic!