Upscale Plans: Bally’s Atlantic City Getting New High Limits Room, Asian Restaurant

Written By David Danzis on September 25, 2021 - Last Updated on September 27, 2021

Bally’s Atlantic City is opening a new high-limits room in November, the casino hotel announced Wednesday.

The new high-limits room at Bally’s is part of more than $100 million in planned renovations for the 42-year-old property.
Mini-baccarat, craps, roulette, and blackjack will be available to exclusive guests inside the new gaming room.

The first phase of the Bally’s high-limits room is opening in October, according to a press release. The “high-end upscale lounge” will feature plush seating, TVs, and light fare.

“Our ownership is committed to providing a gaming experience like no other,” said Nick Polcino, vice president and general manager at Bally’s AC, in a statement. “The high-limits tables room is just the beginning of the many improvements planned for Bally’s Atlantic City.”

Bally’s Atlantic City introduces new Asian-themed dining concept

In addition to the high-limits room, Bally’s has debuted a new Asian Pacific restaurant.

Red Bowl 88 is open seven days a week. It replaces the former Noodle Village space, located just off the casino floor.

Plus, there will be another amenity soon in the space formally occupied by Pickles. The specific details, including an opening date, are still to come.

Bally’s has already opened Jerry Longo’s Meatballs & Martinis, Water Dog Atlantic City, and Carluccio’s Pizza. Plus, Dining on the Sixth (located across from Guy Fieri’s Chophouse) allows guests to order from any of the casino’s dining options.

All part of a bigger plan

Rhode Island-based Twin River Worldwide Holdings purchased Bally’s AC in 2020 for $25 million. The regional gaming operator later bought the Bally’s name for $20 million and rebranded itself as Bally’s Corporation.

The $100 million reinvestment plan and increased employment levels were casino licensing conditions imposed on Bally’s Corp. by New Jersey gaming regulators. The company agreed and committed to spending the total within five years.

The casino’s prior owners — Caesars Entertainment and VICI Properties — will reimburse Bally’s Corp. $30 million, according to testimony from the licensing hearing.

More details coming soon

Replacing over a dozen rose-colored windows on the main tower was completed earlier this year.

Nearly $35 million worth of hotel room renovations are underway.

This year, Bally’s is spending $25 million throughout the property. Then another $30 million in 2022 and $35 million in 2023. The final $15 million will come in years four and five.

The completed FanDuel Sportsbook is not part of the multi-million dollar spending spree.

“We look forward to sharing more details about our $100 million of planned renovations,” Polcino said.

Rendering provided by Bally’s Atlantic City 

David Danzis Avatar
Written by
David Danzis

David Danzis is an award-winning journalist who has covered business, politics, government, education, and sports in New Jersey. Most recently, he wrote about Atlantic City casinos, online gaming, and sports betting for The Press of Atlantic City. David is a graduate of Rutgers University.

View all posts by David Danzis
Privacy Policy