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I'm sure this topic has come up a zillion times. Perhaps someone can direct me to some recent posts. Coming from Oregon next spring for a reunion with 9 friends and staying in LBI but plan a side trip to Atlantic City. What AC restaurants shouldn't be missed. We're doing our own cooking in LBI.

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Polly M

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  1. White House subs or Sac o' Subs. Their bread makes it a great time.

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    1. re: Delucacheesemonger

      Thanks, always interested in a good sub (hoagie?) place.

    2. Tony Luke's.

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      1. re: tommy

        Thanks, I'll check for website.

      2. If you can get a reservation, Chef Vola is very good old school Italian. I say if you can get a reservation because it is not easy to get one. Enjoys cult status among many, not sure I would go that far.

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        1. re: tom246

          Thanks for the advice. Our trip isn't until May so maybe that's enough time to get a reservation, although we are kind of a large group (not rowdy though, we're all retired nurses)

        2. I noticed most people have responded with sandwich places, but if you want a nice, white tablecloth experience, head to Fork and Knife. My friends and I were there last month and it's quite good. Upscale and pricey, but worth. And their wine list is quite good.

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          1. re: EpicuriousOenopheliac

            Thank you. I was thinking of something a little more like what you describe. Will consider that and Chef Vola.

            1. re: dumoyer2

              Chef Vola is the real deal. Old school Italian with all the influence of that sticky, delicious, illogical nature of a b.y.o in South Philly.

          2. East.