What To Order In Atlantic City On National Cocktail Day

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Did you know that March 24 is National Cocktail Day? If you’re lucky enough to be Atlantic City, you might want to help celebrate the occasion! Try any of these finely crafted specialty cocktails! But if you can’t make it to Atlantic City, you can still try these in the comforts of your home! Nevertheless, whether you’re home or along the scenic Jersey Shore, please remember to drink responsibly!

 

 

 

Cucumber Gimlet served at Chelsea Five Gastropub, Tropicana Atlantic City
Cucumber Gimlet (credit: Chelsea Five Gastropub)

 

Cucumber Gimlet

Chelsea Five Gastropub, Tropicana Atlantic City


2831 Boardwalk
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
(609) 340-4090
www.tropicana.net/chelsea-five-gastropub

Enjoy sweeping views on Tropicana’s pool deck while enjoying this tasty gimlet. This inventive version features Beefeater Gin, along with the obligatory muddled cucumber basil and lemon. Also at Chelsea Five Gastropub, consider trying Chelsea Sundown, with Cuervo Tradicional Silver Tequila and Grand Marnier.

 

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French 76 (credit: Gordon Ramsay Steak)

 

French 76

Gordon Ramsay Steak, Harrah’s Atlantic City


777 Harrah’s Blvd.
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
(609) 441-5000
www.caesars.com/harrahsgordonramsaysteak

A mixed drink creation dating back to World War I, the main ingredients from this delightful version are Lillet Blanc and champagne. Lillet Blanc is an aromatized wine from the Bordeaux region with its noticeable sweetness and a hint of mint. Along with a topping of champagne, your bartender will serve your inventive drink with Elderflower Sugar Cube.

 

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Mind the Gap cocktail at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Caesars Atlantic City
Mind The Gap (credit: Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill)

 

Mind The Gap

Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill, Caesars Atlantic City

 

2100 Pacific Ave.
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
www.caesars.com/gordonramsaypubgrill

Enjoy Michelin-quality pub fare while enjoying this distinctly British crafted cocktail. One of this pub’s signature drinks, Mind the Gap features the Dutch-branded Ketel One Vodka. Additional ingredients are St. Germain Elderflower Liqueur, fresh lime and passion fruit puree, giving off its extraordinary colors. This fabulously delicious creation also contains black currant pearls and Fever Tree Ginger Beer.

 

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Raspberry Bellini cocktail
Raspberry Bellini (credit: Chelsea Five Gastropub)

 

Raspberry Bellini

Chelsea Five Gastropub, Tropicana Atlantic City

 

2831 Boardwalk
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
(609) 340-4090
www.tropicana.net/chelsea-five-gastropub

Another popular signature cocktail from Chelsea Five Gastropub is Raspberry Bellini. Your bartenders uses Tito’s Vodka, a handmade premium selection made with yellow corn. Additionally, honey, raspberry and bubbly Prosecco all give this classic drink its unique flavor and color.

 

Supersonic Gin and Tonic at Gordon Ramsay Steak at Harrah's Atlantic City
Supersonic G&T (credit: Gordon Ramsay Steak)

 

Supersonic G&T

Gordon Ramsay Steak, Harrah’s Atlantic City


777 Harrah’s Blvd.
Atlantic City, NJ  08401
(609) 441-5000
www.caesars.com/harrahsgordonramsaysteak

The main ingredient to this refreshing gin and tonic is Hendrick’s Gin, produced in Scotland. Your bartender will also add yuzu, grapefruit syrup, grapefruit juice and Fever-Tree Mediterranean Tonic. Before your spirit is served, it’s filled with cubed ice, lightly stirred then topped off with a bit of garnish.

 

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Randy Yagi is an award-winning freelance writer covering national/international travel for CBS Local and all things San Francisco for CBS San Francisco. In 2012, he received a Media Fellowship from Stanford University. He is also a member of the Freelance Council of the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW).