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Suggestions for dining at Caesars AC?

Discussion in 'Non-Vegas Hotels & Casinos' started by lithium78, Jan 4, 2015.

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  1. lithium78

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    Next weekend will be the first time we've stayed at Caesars AC (although we did some gambling there over the summer). Can anyone give some suggestions for dining? We've got buffet passes for one meal, but I have no idea what else they offer there. In particular, I don't know where to go for breakfast. We used to always stay at Showboat, so this is a bit of an adjustment.
     
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    For breakfast we go to Johnny Rockets in Ballys. They serve a terrific inexpensive breakfast.
     
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    Harry's Oyster Bar at Bally's, Nero's at Caesars, Buddakan, or Continental at the Pier. Also check out Tazza at Caesars for your gelato, pastry, snack needs.
     
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    Anybody know if they have Platinum lines at the Buffet and other restaurants?
     
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    +1 for Harry's Oyster Bar, buck a shuck for happy hour at the bar, the regular menu is also good. We were there a week ago and of course had the oysters and my wife had flatbread with shrimp and arugula for an appetizer, it was awesome. Buddakan is also good, started by a Philly guy.
     
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    Not at Caesars. You have to wait on line with Gold.

    I completely forgot. If you have Buffet coupons (2 free or 2for1) you can use them at Buca's on the 6th floor at Bally's for the Buffet breakfast and it's pretty good, never a line, and definitely worth it with a coupon.
     
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    Thanks for the dining tips, everybody. This should be a fun weekend coming up. We're looking forward to trying some new restaurants and visiting the Caesars spa. We may try out Harrah's AC in February too, because they comped us a room and free tickets for The Village People and that's just about the goofiest comp I've ever received. LOL!
     
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    There's a Morton's Steakhouse at Caesar's, I believe
     
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    Wife and I just there 2 weeks ago.....had a great dinner at Buddakan
     
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