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The Quarter at Tropicana, Atlantic City

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The Quarter at Tropicana is an Old Havana-themed enclosed shopping mall located at the Tropicana Casino Resort Atlantic City in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It contains over 40 stores, nine restaurants, eleven nightclubs, and a spa.HistoryThe dining and retail complex was built along with a new 502-room hotel tower expansion at the Tropicana and a parking garage. With a total construction cost of $280 million, The Quarter officially opened on November 23, 2004. Today, it is one of the most popular shopping centers in the city, and is routinely crowded.DiningFine DiningCarmine'sCuba Libre Restaurant & Rum BarThe PalmP.F. Chang's China BistroCasual DiningA Dam Good Sports BarChickie's and Pete'sThe Comedy Stop Cafe & CabaretRi-Ra Irish Pub & RestaurantStewart's Root BeerZeytina Gourmet Food & MarketplaceNightclubsThe third floor of the mall contains all of the mall's nightclubs, including: Missile Bar, Anthem, and Providence. In addition, the three restaurants on the third floor, A Dam Good Sports Bar, The Comedy Stop Cafe, and Ri-Ra Irish Pub, become nightclubs in the evenings on weekends.
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TripAdvisor
  • Did not stay there overnight as it was too expensive on the weekend. The hotel is beautiful and full of shops and things to do as well as gambling. Love the way they painted the ceilings. A safe fun p...  more »
  • An all indoor shopping plaza attached to a casino, with varied food venues. Nice place to walk and window shop. Store clerks not overly aggressive and very helpful. Nice decor and very temperature con...  more »
  • Went there to hang and visit with some old friends. We had a great time, did the I-Max and had great food, gambled (OK didn't win) but we relaxed and had fun.  more »
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  • Great place! Awsome bar. Friendly staff. Unfortunatly they closed.
  • Unfortunately, they closed at the end of September, 2012.
  • I was greatly disappointed to say the least. Being a professional chef I could tell they sold an inferior product that was well dressed. I will say the service was great. Our head food server, Glen was terrific! The food left a lot to be desired! the clams kruschev were chopped & mixed, a poor adaptation of a good clams casino, all the same basic ingredients, but I could tell they used canned chopped clams, probably after steaming fresh clams and using both sides of the shell leaving them very chewy. For $14+ I expected freshly baked! The fillet Mignon was select meat at best. Probably from a large scale purveyor, instead of a fine meat market!
  • The food here is absolutely AMAZING!!! The cocktails are also delicious and I really want to go back to try new ones. The Vodka flights are a lot of fun, my girlfriend and I did one. While I'm not much of a vodka drinker, it was actually interesting to try some top shelf imports and compare the very subtle but distinct flavors. The only downside is it is literally the most expensive meal I have ever had in my life. Two cocktails, a vodka flight, an appetizer, and two entrees and my bill with tip was $230. I've eaten at several very very nice restaurants and I feel like its a bit steep, if it was $150~$180 I wouldn't have complained.