This was just my 4th trip to Atlantic City. My wife and in-laws have made the trip with me for the last 3 summers. We stayed at Caesars (Centurion Tower, room 4006) overlooking the south side of the Boardwalk. Nice room, loved the view, but I would've liked more outlets by the bed. Bathroom was ample and the water pressure was very nice. After check-in, the first order of business was to get our free gift at the Tropicana. The flyer said we'd be getting something called the Better Brella, but they either gave them all away or I read the dates wrong. We ended up with a cheese cutting board set and a weed-trimmer. (I was kinda looking forward to that Better Brella...) After giving the Trop some play, it was time to check out Kelsey & Kim's Southern Cafe. As Southerners, I wasn't too keen on getting food that I could have pretty much everyday, but everyone else wanted to see just how "Southern" their food was. Here's the outside as well as a menu: Kelsey & Kim's passed the first test when we all ordered sweet teas. Not only did they have sweet tea, but it was pretty damn good. (Some people would probably say overly-sweet). The waiter also brought us a complimentary basket of cornbread that was extremely moist and again, very sweet. We hadn't eaten since 6:00 that morning so unfortunately, I was thinking more about eating than snapping pictures so no food porn. I got the fried chicken which wasn't the best I ever had, but far from the worst. The collard greens were tasty but the waiter looked at me sideways when I asked for "pepper sauce." (They did have Crystal hot sauce for the chicken though!) My wife loved her pork chops and mom & dad killed their meat loaf. The plates were massive and big enough to share. Overall, this little group of Southern folk was very impressed with this Southern cafe in New Jersey! Our next stop was over to the Borgata for the Comedy Show. It's hard to find a bad seat at this venue (the Music Box) and we were happy with our seats in the 2nd row of the back section. The three performers all were funny, but apparently not enough to remember their names. We made it back to Caesars shortly after the show and called it a relatively early night.