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The Pier Shops at Caesars


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Has anyone been to the new Pier Shops at Caesars in AC? I didn't realize that it had opened until a friend commented to me today that he had an excellent meal at Buddakan last night. The website lists the following restaurants as being open: Buddakan, Sonsie, The Continental, The Trinity Pub and Game On. I understand that three additional restaurants are expected to open shortly: Phillips Seafood, Rumjungle and Souzai Sushi. I am only familiar with Buddakan from Philly however I understand that Sonsie is a very popular (and trendy) restaurant in Boston. Any other info would be appreciated.

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I was at the pier last month. It's pretty nice in there. We didn't eat at any of the restaurants however.

There is a really neat water show in the back towards the ocean on the ground level.

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I was at the pier last month.  It's pretty nice in there.  We didn't eat at any of the  restaurants however. 

There is a really neat water show in the back towards the ocean on the ground level.

Thanks for your reply NJ2FLA. I will check it out myself shortly.

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Not food related but...The Company I work for ( Michael Kors) just opened a store there, last month. The Pier is supposed to be a great shopping venue.

Just another place to spend your money.. :rolleyes:

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i was there last month. my wife went to the shops and a walked with her for 10 minutes before i went to the casino. i gambled for 15 minutes before she showed up, ready to leave. its another high end mini mall thats empty. and the water show in the back is not the bellagio. none of the restaurants seemed open at that time.

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i was there last month.  my wife went to the shops and a walked with her for 10 minutes before i went to the casino.  i gambled for 15 minutes before she showed up, ready to leave.  its another high end mini mall thats empty.  and the water show in the back is not the bellagio.  none of the restaurants seemed open at that time.

I understand it is still a work in progress, so only time will tell how successful The Pier will be.

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i was there last month.  my wife went to the shops and a walked with her for 10 minutes before i went to the casino.  i gambled for 15 minutes before she showed up, ready to leave.  its another high end mini mall thats empty.  and the water show in the back is not the bellagio.  none of the restaurants seemed open at that time.

I understand it is still a work in progress, so only time will tell how successful The Pier will be.

Cook456 and Eyedoc - How would you you rate the Pier as far as a must see attraction in AC? Right now I send friends to either the Quarter at the Trop or the Borgata. Both are the C=closest I believe to the Las Vegas type atmosphere people are looking for and what I believe AC is trying to establish.

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i was there last month.  my wife went to the shops and a walked with her for 10 minutes before i went to the casino.  i gambled for 15 minutes before she showed up, ready to leave.  its another high end mini mall thats empty.  and the water show in the back is not the bellagio.  none of the restaurants seemed open at that time.

I understand it is still a work in progress, so only time will tell how successful The Pier will be.

Cook456 and Eyedoc - How would you you rate the Pier as far as a must see attraction in AC? Right now I send friends to either the Quarter at the Trop or the Borgata. Both are the closest I believe to the Las Vegas type atmosphere people are looking for and what I believe AC is trying to establish.

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