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2100 Pacific Ave. Send to Phone
609-441-2345; 609-348-4411
Dine like Zeus at this high-rolling casino brasserie.
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Dining room at THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mia, Atlantic City, NJ


: Mia is a fantasy of a Roman temple with towering pillars and a majestic vaulted ceiling, located in the busy Caesars Atlantic City atrium. Dramatic and yet surprisingly intimate within its portals, it is a fitting place to worship at the altar of fine food. A collaboration between Philadelphia chefs Georges Perrier of Le Bec-Fin and Chris Scarduzio, Mia serves well prepared and creatively presented food that is worth every penny of its very lofty price. Take note of a $75 pizza---a starter made to be shared, studded with foie gras and truffles. It is just a bit of whimsy on the part of the talented chefs, whose seasonal and ever-changing menus offer more serious dishes that are big on flavor and short on pretense. Count among the offerings black sea bass alla plancha with baby zucchini and basil vermouth foam; and grilled filet mignon with Barolo wine sauce. Such food begs for fine wine, and it is available on a wine list that will hurt your purse but satisfy your craving. Service is attentive and practiced. In addition to the main menu in the dining room, Mia offers a small-plates menu and sushi at its lively bar along with an extensive list of wines by the glass and specialty cocktails. Midweek diners can find a bargain with the three-course $35 prix-fixe menu.

User Ratings & Reviews for THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Mia
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Good food meets the Port Authority bus terminal
by zach46 on Sat May 28, 2011 5:36 pm
When we saw George Perrier's name associated with this Atlantic City restaurant, we assumed we would find great food, elegant atmosphere and impeccable service at Mia. Instead, we received a greeting very similar to what we would expect at Denny's and a similar level of professionalism among the service staff.

The food was absolutely wonderful. The quality of ingredients was first class and the quality of presentation was top notch. We overlooked the patrons in shorts, t-shirts and sneakers and found great pleasure in the terrific flavors of our appetizers and entrees.

While we won't return, we hope the chef of this establishment lands at a better location and we will quickly follow.
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