by Lisa Grimaldi | April 01, 2010

incentivesIncentives: Atlantic City's spas offer a tranquil respite from the clang of slot machines. Among them are the Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa's Spa Toccare (31 treatment rooms; 609-317-7555;, Caesars Atlantic City Hotel Casino's Qua Baths and Spa (14 treatment rooms; 609-343-2400;, The Chelsea's Sea Spa (10 treatment rooms; 800-548-3030;, The Elizabeth Arden Red Door Salon & Spa at Harrah's Resort Atlan­tic City (23 treatment rooms; 609-441-5333;, Tropicana Casino & Resort's Bluemercury Spa (15 treatment rooms; 609-347-7778;, Trump Taj Mahal Casino Hotel's The Spa at the Taj (10 treatment rooms; 609-449-6100; and the Water Club's Immersion Spa (16 treatment rooms; 800-800-8817;


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 Off-Boardwalk Dining
The White House Sub Shop


Atlantic City's casino resorts offer dining choices ranging from all-you-can-eat buffets to fine dining at eateries such as Michael Mina's Seablue at the Borgata. But locals know there's plenty of great chow to be found off the Boardwalk and the Marina. Following are some favorite spots for grabbing a meal or snack.

Angelo's Fairmont Tavern
Atlantic City's "Little Italy by the Sea," featuring Southern Italian favorites
2300 Fairmont Ave.
(609) 344-2439

Angeloni's II

Fine Italian dining and an extensive wine list
2400 Arctic Ave.
(609) 344-7875

Baltimore Grill
Open 24 hours, serving pizza, pasta and subs
2800 Atlantic Ave.
(609) 345-5766

Dock's Oyster House 
Fresh seafood; owned and operated by the Dougherty family since 1897
2405 Atlantic Ave.
(609) 345-0092

Knife & Fork Inn
Serving fine steaks and seafood
since 1927
3600 Atlantic Ave.
(609) 344-1133

White House Sub Shop
Overstuffed sandwiches, coveted by the likes of Frank Sinatra and George Clooney
2301 Arctic Ave.
(609) 345-1564