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millefeuille Jul 20, 2006 03:51 PM

any help would be appreciated...
thanks in advance....

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  1. seal Jul 20, 2006 05:17 PM

    Hello:

    You didn't mention how much you wanted to spend.

    If you want reasonably priced good food away from the
    casinos, you should check out Opa Grill

    http://www.opa1.com

    on the boardwalk.

    For more expensive fare I like the restaurants of the Borgata.

    seal

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      fpatrick Jul 20, 2006 06:03 PM

      One of our favorites in AC is Little Saigon, a small Vietnamese restaurant on 2801 Arctic Ave, a few blocks from White House Subs at 2301. Between them and across the street at 2310 is not a dining establishment, but Formica Bakery, with great chewy italian bread.

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        bubba Jul 24, 2006 12:01 AM

        Little Siagon was great but it has closed down. Go to the Baltimore Grill. now that it is now smoking it's even better. homemade Italian food. the best.

        http://atlanticcity.citysearch.com/pr...

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          LizG Jul 26, 2006 02:17 PM

          I went to Little Saigon a month ago. It was still open, very busy, and quite tasty.

          Have never eaten at the Baltimore Grill.

          Can speak to how good White House subs and Formica bakery are. Great lunch location.

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          cynnkitty Aug 8, 2006 09:09 PM

          Tony's Baltimore Grill does have very good pizza! Bear in mind that the other fare is in the 'pizza tavern' style.
          The Atlantic City Bar and Grill is a good standby as well-very reasonably priced (can usually get a whole lobster/baked pot. special in the 15-19 range. They also have other seafood specials (ie. dungeness crab) and tasty bar snacks. All 24 hours.
          The Irish Pub (also 24 hours) serves up a very tasty sandwich for a very small price.

          (* Please note I have not been to any of these in several months)

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            FlyerFanX Aug 9, 2006 07:54 PM

            Give Chef Vola's a try. Great experience. Great Italian food. Reservations a must.

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              SamuelA.L. Aug 11, 2006 04:33 AM

              I saw the article in The Times. It seems too be like you need connections to get in, or it's almost impossible.

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