Ghoulishly Good Halloweek Fun at Caesars AC


My 10/25 post “Caesars Halloweek of Treats” is all about the special surprise bonuses that players can access every day through Halloween simply by logging into their online account. But why limit yourself to just playing online when you can visit Caesars Atlantic City for more “Halloweek” fun this weekend, including elaborate pre-Halloween  cocktails, dinners and brunches the likes of which you have never experienced. Don’t let the bizarre but appropriately themed names of the dishes and drinks drinks scare you away. They are the creations of some of the top chefs and restaurants in Atlantic City so you know they have to be ghoulishly good!

Friday, October 27: Ghoulishly Good Mystery Drink at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill Followed by a Murder Mystery Dinner in Betty’s Back Room

Tapping of the Mystery Firkin

You have all heard of Freaky Friday, but this is Firkin Friday. The event, which always takes place on a Friday, is so named for the 9-gallon capacity cask called a firkin. Participants first get to watch the tapping of the firkin with a wooden mallet and then get to partake of the beer (or in this case mystery beverage) that the firkin was holding.

The festivities get underway at 6 p.m. You can stay at Gordon Ramsay Pub & Grill afterwards for dinner, if you wish, or head on over to Betty’s Back Back Room at Nero’s Italian Restaurant, also at Caesars Atlantic City, for their 7 p.m. Murder Mystery Dinner the same night.

Madam Betty’s Roaring 20s Murder Mystery

Guests are encouraged to come in a gangster or a flapper costume for this special event starting at 7 p.m. in Betty’s Back Room tucked away in the back of Nero’s Italian Steakhouse. But put on your detective hat, too, because you could win up to $1,000 in prizes if you solve the murder mystery.

Tickets cost $99 plus tax, gratuity, and fees per person, for a total of $111, or slightly cheaper per person for parties of two or four, and include all of the following:

  • Cocktail reception
  • 4-course dinner
  • Murder Mystery presentation and chance to win a prize

You can make your reservation and purchase your tickets online at the following website:

Saturday, October 28: Adult Trick or Treat Party at Caesars and Bally’s

Although it’s called a Trick or Treat party, the organizers are promising no tricks at all, only treats. Don your best costume for a chance to win your share of over $2,000 in prizes and celebrate Halloween three nights early from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday, October 28 at this Adults Only Grand Tasting Party. You will get to sample a variety of ghoulishly good appetizers and adult drinks from participating restaurants and bars at Caesars and Bally’s and be contributing to a worthy cause at the same time.

Tickets cost $49.99 plus taxes and fees per person or slightly less per person for parties of two or four. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society, and you also have the option to add your own $5.00 donation to the American Cancer Society to the cost of your ticket. To reserve your place and purchase your tickets, visit the following website:

Sunday, October 29: Betty’s Bizarre Brunch

You’re invited to come back to Betty’s Back Room for Halloween Brunch on Sunday. This is no ordinary brunch. Betty promises a bizarre but delicious menu that will whet your appetite for more ghoulishly good fun and excitement Sunday night through Tuesday. Call 1-609-343-2502 for reservations.


The above is only a small sample of the fun, thrills, and chills you can experience not only this weekend, but on Halloween itself in Atlantic City. See upcoming posts on this website for descriptions of other special events. There are plenty of spook-tacular–if not spectacular–special promotions happening in all your favorite online NJ casinos, but you’ll have even more fun if you allow some time in your schedule for playing, dining, drinking, and reveling at the Atlantic City casinos, too.






Barbara Nathan is both a professional writer and casino, poker, and sports betting expert. Originally from NYC, she relocated to Absecon, NJ in 2013 just prior to the official launch of New Jersey regulated online casino and poker gambling. Besides keeping tabs on important developments in the industry from day 1, Barbara is very familiar with what each NJ online casino has to offer. Her comprehensive, unbiased reviews and promotion descriptions provide a valuable service to NJ online casino players. Barbara also enjoys volunteering in the Atlantic City community. She is a certified literacy tutor at the Atlantic City Public Library.

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