5 destinations for Nightlife in Atlantic City


Of course Atlantic City is known for its casinos, but it is also famous for its nightlife. Maybe you are there for gaming, or maybe you consider the slots to be a diversion from dancing. Whatever the case, it’s good to know the best destinations for a great time out. Here are some of top choices for next time you’re in Atlantic City.


at Caesar’s Casino
2100 Pacific Ave.

Featuring DJs playing the hottest music, Dusk is party central after midnights. At 10,000 square feet, this multi-level nightclub is well known for its striking design centered around concentric ovals and some amazing lighting. Music choices are eclectic, leaning towards dance, hip-hop, and top-40 music. There are two full bars, and bottle service is offered. Dusk is open on Tuesdays from 11 till 4 am, and on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 till 4 am. Complimentary admission is given to those who stay at Caesar’s before midnight.

The Pool After Dark

At Hurrah’s Casino
777 Harrahs Blvd.

The pool at Hurrah’s is striking as it is, under a huge 90-foot glass dome. But at night, things get wilder and as it transforms into a nightclub, with the Pool After Dark. Things are always comfortable at 82 degrees, and the space can hold a staggering 3,000 people. With top DJs like DJ Pauly, DJ Camilo, DJ Jae T, and even Paris Hilton, the music is never dull. In addition to the standard poolside tables, you can actually reserve a private cabana to entertain your group. The Pool After Dark operates Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturday. Doors open at 10 PM.


At the Borgata Casino
1 Borgata Way

Mur.Mur. isn’t the biggest club in Atlantic City, but it is one of the best places to dance. Located in the Borgata, Its sound system is a top-notch Funktion-1. The club offers a great lineup of DJs, who play music from the 90s through today, top 40s and hip-hop. Special guest DJs have included Jermaine Dupri, Laidback Luke and Lil’ Jon. Mur.Mur is open Fridays through Mondays.