The restaurant roll Call
The restaurants at Revel are divided into three price categories: Signature (the priciest), Select (mid-level, more or less) and Quick (budget priced). Three more restaurants are expected to open in the coming weeks. All restaurants have Web pages at www.revelresorts.com/dining.
Jose Garces’s Spanish tapas restaurant. Plates $5 to $75.
American Cut by Forgione
Marc Forgione’s modern steakhouse. Entrees $26 to $110.
Azure by Allegretti
Alain Allegretti’s restaurant devoted to fish-heavy Riviera cuisine. Entrees $19 to more than $100.
Central Michel Richard
The Washington chef’s third American-influenced bistro. Entrees $16 to $34.
Lugo Cucina e Vino
LDV Hospitality’s casual Italian eatery. Entrees $14 to $45.
Mussel Bar by Robert Wiedmaier
Entrees $14 to $110.
O Bistro Dining Room
Michel Richard’s hidden eatery serves breakfast fare. Plates $10 to $25.
O Bistro and Wine Bar
Richard’s casual small-plates concept near the indoor-outdoor swimming pool. Entrees $5 to $17.
Jose Garces’s casual restaurant features dozens of whiskeys and American bar food. Entrees $8 to $45.
A loungy American grill from the New York-based ONE Group. Entrees range from $15 to $38.
Garces’s tequila bar and taqueria, designed to resemble a food truck, with outdoor picnic tables. Plates $5 to $10.
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