ATLANTIC CITY – A favorite stocking stuffer for your favorite dining companion will not be available this year.
The Casino Reinvestment Development Authority has announced that Atlantic City Restaurant Week, usually held in March, will be postponed until fall 2021.
Restaurant Week was slated to be held March 7-12, 2021, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the CRDA decided to postpone the event until Oct. 3-8, 2021.
Atlantic City Restaurant Week is an annual week-long celebration of Atlantic City’s dining scene, with participating restaurants offering great value at fixed prices of $15.21 for three-course lunches, and $35.21 for three-course dinners.
Gift certificates are not currently on sale but could become available after the New Year. The CRDA recommends checking the website, acrestaurantweek.com, in the upcoming months as more information on this event becomes available.