The Golden Nugget is located on Brigantine Boulevard in the Marina District, on the Atlantic City side of the Bridge to Brigantine.
This spectacular waterfront location provides outstanding views of the Farley State Marina and Absecon Inlet.
The Golden Nugget is owned by Landry's Restaurants.
NOW OPEN DAILY | 10AM-12AM
Come check out The Sportsbook, located off the Main Atrium. The Sportsbook has seating for over 100, more than 50 tvs, 5 video walls and self service betting kiosks.
Golden Nugget Blackjack
Poker at the Golden Nugget
The Atlantic City Golden Nugget has
80,000 sq. ft. of gaming space, that includes 1500 slot machines and an Asian Gaming pit.
Its casino's games include Slots, Poker, Bl5ackjack, Spanish 21, Roulette, Craps, Baccarat, and Mini Baccarat.
Its poker room features 20 smoke-free tables with a wide variety of games including Texas Hold'Em, Flop Poker, Let It Ride and Pai Gow poker.
Vic & Anthony's
There are numerous fine restaurants at the Golden Nugget, including:
They also have Starbucks, The Buffet, Bean and Bread and The Deck Bayfront Bar and Restaurant.
The Chart House has breathtaking waterfront views and exquisite dining.
Vic & Anthony's is one of America's top 10 steakhouses.
Michael Patrick's is an ultra-chic European style brasserie.
The Grotto provides authentic Italian classics.
Nightlife hotspots include:
The Rush Lounge is the Golden Nugget's hippiest hangout.
Wine & WiFi is an Internet Lounge.
Bar 46 is a bar, lounge and party pit. It features live DJs on Fridays and Saturdays.
H20 is a sleek new rooftop pool and bar.
The Deck is right on the water, it overlooks the Farley State Marina. It is a favorite of casino guests, visitors and boaters that use the marina.
The Deck offers a wide range of drink and food choices that include favorite seafood items. It provides a busy entertainment schedule. Many popular bands and musical groups perform live at The Deck.
The Deck is only open during the warmer months.
To see more and larger photos of The Deck follow this Link: Deck Photos
The Grand Ballroom at the Golden Nugget doubles as a 1200-seat entertainment venue for today's top entertainers.
For big entertainment in a small intimate setting, The Golden Nugget also provides a 500 seat Showroom.
The upper deck of the Golden Nugget indoor pool area provides impressive views of the Atlantic Ocean.
A state-of-the-art Spa features signature massages to rejuvenate the mind and body.
The Spa includes a health and fitness area for all guests to enjoy. The equipment is manufactured by True Fitness Technology, who produce the most innovative and cutting-edge products in the industry.
There is a Wine and WiFi lounge where visitors can sip their favorite wine while checking the web, using the complimentary Internet service.
The Golden Nugget now offers a brand new room product. All 727 Rooms and Suites have
completely remodeled with flat screen televisions, iHome docking stations, modern furniture, all new bedding and custom designed bathrooms.
Rooms and suites are provided in both the Gold Tower and Spa Tower.
Gold Tower Room
Spa Tower Suite
Golden Nugget Shops
Their retail corridor consists of 11 high end shops. Visitors will find a jewelery store, a chocolate shop, clothing botiques and much more.
The Golden Nugget is the home of the full-service Frank S. Farley State Marina. The marina is right on the Absecon Inlet. It has a well- protected harbor with easy access to the Atlantic Ocean. The marina provides slips for 640 boats.
There are many interesting things to do in Atlantic City outside of the casinos. To find out about some of them follow these links:
Phone: 1 800 777 8477
Website: Golden Nugget Atlantic City
There is a large multi-level parking garage.
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Some years ago Coastal Marina, LLC almost bought the Trump Marina. They were going to turn it into a Margaritaville. Now it is a Golden Nugget.
There was once before a Golden Nugget casino in Atlantic City, owned by Steve Wynn. Most recently it was the Atlantic Club Casino Hotel, which has since closed. See images below.
Postcard by Jack Freeman, Inc.