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Reviews by r0nyn:
3.95/5 rDev -0.8%
vibe: 3.5 | quality: 4 | service: 4 | selection: 4 | food: 4 | $$
My co-worker and I stopped by for dinner after a long day in conference halls, so we were looking for a nice place to unwind and have some good food and beer. We weren't disappointed.
Located in the big Caesar's mall complex on the pier overlooking the beach at Atlantic City, Trinity's is a cozy little nook tucked on the inside, perfect for people who just want to relax. Might have been nice with a view of the ocean, but I'm not complaining. It's a clean-looking establishment with a bar up front and dining areas off to the side with both tables and secluded booths. Our waiter was pleasant and made some helpful suggestions for our beer and food selections.
The variety of beer available is actually pretty good for a pub. There are quite a few local microbreweries represented there like River Horse, Flying Fish and the aptly-named New Jersey Beer Company. I was pleased with all the options, so I made sure to try a few different things. My co-worker even decided to step out of her comfort zone and order a Harp instead of her usual light beer.
The food is of good quality. It's actually fairly easy to screw up a reuben, but mine was quite tasty. They have their own blend of Thousand Island dressing that has a little bit of a jalapeno kick mixed in, which turned out to be quite interesting and enjoyable. The prices were pretty reasonable considering the area we were in, so I didn't have any qualms with our bill.
On the whole, the Trinity is a very good place to stop by and have a quality craft beer along with a hearty dinner. Will definitely be back the next time we're in Atlantic City.
05-14-2011 14:58:14 | More by r0nyn
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4/5 rDev +0.5%
vibe: 4 | quality: 4 | service: 4.5 | selection: 3.5 | $$
Went in late on a Wednesday, and it had that old school Irish pub feel, with all the bookcases, it almost felt like a library. Nice tap selection of Flying Fish, River Horse, Climax, and all the standard Irish favorites. I really enjoyed the sitting areas of an old Irish pub with low tables and small stools to enjoy a pint. The bartender really knew her products and made great suggestions of what to have. A really cool place, nice beers and the menu looked great, just too late to eat. The prices were fair, a bit more because it is inside a casino, but not gouging at all.
06-11-2011 15:38:49 | More by OWSLEY069
The Trinity in Atlantic City, NJ
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