ATLANTIC CITY — The Claridge Hotel recently unveiled its newly refurbished Twenties Restaurant on the sixth floor of the hotel — which itself dates back to Prohibition-era America and was restored from the ground up by owner TJM Atlantic City.
The new restaurant will be open for breakfast and lunch from 7am-2pm, and dinner from 5-10pm daily. It features the finest Italian cuisine, steaks and poultry dishes, seafood and salads.
The Twenties also has an exceptional craft beer menu of about 10 varieties, and a craft cocktail menu of eight selections including the Sicilian Manhattan, the Cucumber Gimlet, Hot Summer Nights, the Blood Orange Cosmo and others.
The restaurant is located in the same space that The Claridge’s original restaurant was once located — a venue that served such legends as Marilyn Monroe, Nucky Johnson, Princess Grace of Monaco, President John F. Kennedy and Frank Sinatra.
“The reason we came to the Claridge is because I really believe the hotel has the right idea and is going to be the turning point for Atlantic City,” said co-owner/partner Al Maiorani. “It’s the nicest hotel in the city, the restaurant is magnificent and is going to be great 50 years from now.
“It’s located in the original restaurant space dating back to when the hotel was first built. It has ocean views in the day, (Brighton) Park views at night — you couldn’t ask for a better setting.”
The Claridge is located at Park Place and Boardwalk in Atlantic City, right beside Bally’s. Call 844-224-7386, ext. 2020 for reservations.