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Feb 9, 2009 07:52 AM

Red Square, Atlantic City (Tropicana)

Tried out Red Square for the first time this weekend with a friend. I love the lush decor, it had great ambiance. Service was equally great and attentive. The vodka list is extensive. I tried black cherry and pomegrante on the rocks, can't recall what brand or country but they were great. No apps, just two dinners and one dessert. My friend had the pork tenderloin which she enjoyed. I had a Russian salmon dish - grilled salmon in between puff pastry with a wild mushroom risotto. It had a light sauce as well, but the dish isn't on menu so I can't give enough details. I really enjoyed the dish, thought the risotto was delicious and the salmon cooked just right. We had a chocolate cake for dessert. The typical warm molten lava cake, also quite good.

There is a nice bar for drinks and lounging afterwards.After seeing how crowded and noisy Cuba Libre next door was, Red Square is a great option for dining and lounging for a more relaxed atmosphere.

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  1. Thanks for the review have been there for drinks and was always curious about the food.

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    1. re: AC Captain

      It's definitely worth a trip back. I can't wait.

    2. I absolutely LOVE Red Square...we've been there several times for cocktails/caviar and twice for dinner. The food and drinks were excellent...I had a martini made with their hot pepper infused was the perfect accompaniment to the caviar.

      We had dinner in their velvet-curtained "intimate dining" area....SO romantic and private.

      We'll be going back for my sweetheart's birthday next month!

      1. Can you give us an idea of what you paid? I'm headed to AC this weekend and am in charge of the dinner selections for at least one night...

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        1. re: sopobungalow

          Let's see if I can remember. We had two entrees, one dessert, four drinks and with 20% tip it came to about $150-160 if I recall correctly.