If it seems like Caesars Atlantic City is on a roll lately, that’s because they are. With barely a moment’s time to catch their collective breath after the opening of Gordon Ramsay’s Hell’s Kitchen restaurant earlier this fall, Caesars has doubled down, delivering a culinary one-two punch with Nobu – another world-renowned restaurant that has taken the space once occupied by the former Diamond Lounge.
For the uninitiated, Nobu is a Japanese restaurant empire famous for its celebrity clientele and world class sushi, standing out from the crowd by imparting touches of Peruvian flavors within many of its dishes. The first Nobu opened in New York City in 1994, a collaboration between celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa, actor Robert De Niro and investor Meir Teper. Since then, the brand has expanded to more than 50 locations worldwide, and also includes a chain of Nobu Hotels, one of which will also be opening at Caesars Atlantic City in the coming months.
“Caesars Atlantic City set the standard for extraordinary experiences in the market four decades ago, and we are thrilled to continue this tradition of raising the bar with the debut of the region’s first Nobu and our $200 million resort transformation. The iconic restaurant will be the first of its kind in the greater Philadelphia region and is certain to be a game-changer in Atlantic City, with its unparalleled cuisine and stunning atmosphere, with beautiful views of the beach and Atlantic Ocean,” says Joe Lodise, Senior VP and General Manager for Caesars Atlantic City. Read more from The Press of Atlantic City.