Just Days before the Memorial Day weekend and the unofficial start of the summer season, Bally’s Atlantic City had a Grand Opening displaying their 100-million-dollar investment.
Amidst music, entertainment, amazing food and drink Bally’s Atlantic City opened two of the resort’s newest attractions to the public— the Carousel Bar and The Yard – Beers, Eats and Beats.
They also noted among their ribbon cutting ceremonies, the investment in 200 new slot machines, 125 new suites , 750 new rooms and partnerships with the AVP (Association with Volleyball Professionals)
The Carousel Bar is the centerpiece of the casino floor and spins 360 degrees taking guests for a slow ride, approximately four to five complete rotations in an hour. While 24 guests sitting at the bar spin, the bartenders and back bar area stay fixed. There are 12 of our beer favorites available at the Carousel: https://www.ballys.com/atlantic-city/carousel-bar.htm
The Yard is a beer garden-style venue sandwiched between the historic Dennis Hotel towers in the courtyard and transitions indoors to the former location of Harry’s Oyster Bar. There are 29 of our beverage favorites available check out the list here: https://www.ballys.com/atlantic-city/the-yard.htm Also look for the stages in The Yard to open in June for additional outdoor space to enjoy live music, sunshine, drinking and games.
Atlantic City enters the summer amid encouraging signs — and some concerning weaknesses. The casinos’ collective revenue and profitability are up this year, but not all the casinos have surpassed the levels they were operating at in 2019 before the pandemic.
The summer will be interesting: You have inflation, you still have COVID and high gas prices, but you also have people wanting to get out again, and Atlantic City needs that.
This Bally’s Atlantic City renovation investment has multiple years’ worth of work, thought and strategic planning and there will be more to come…. Stay tuned.
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