This page is designed to show you the In's and Out's of the nightclub experience. We will be covering everything from Dress Code to Tipping Etiquette, and the goal is to give you as much information as we can in order to make your night(s) in Atlantic City the most enjoyable and stress-free. The information you learn here is applicable not only in Atlantic City, but in many other party destinations around the country like Las Vegas, Miami, and New York. If you have further questions after reading this guide, you can always contact us and one of our VIP Hosts will get back to you about the particular things you are curious about. Happy partying!
When you go out in Atlantic City, it is important that you dress to impress. The dress code is strictly enforced at most venues and you don't want to left hanging out to dry while your friends breeze past you into the club. For men, you have to toe the line between business casual and trendy chic. For women, the general rule of thumb is that a dress and heels always works. Here are some pointers to help you get off on the right foot:
Whether your goal is to get on a guest list, cut the line, get a nice deal or good table location with bottle service, it is important to know the right people. Here at VIP in Atlantic City, we believe that what you know AND who you know are the keys to getting what you want. While the following points may be a little different depending on the nightclub, they should be true for most:
The biggest issue our clients run into when they are planning a bachelor or bachelorette party is the sticker shock when you see what a weekend in Atlantic City can cost. Almost every party requires hotel rooms and bottle service, which are the two biggest cost-drivers for a party. Unlike Las Vegas, rooms in Atlantic City are almost always over $300 (and sometimes over $400) on weekends between April and September. When you do bottle service at the nightclubs, those bottles usually cost over $425 after tax and gratuity. Here are some things you should know when you are planning your night(s) out:
So the big night is here and you're just arriving at the club. Where should you go and who should you talk to? Every club is different, and almost all of them have their own rules and different variations of a line. Read below and we'll try to get you on the right track:
Now that you've made it past the velvet ropes and into the club, you need to get yourself settled. If you have table service, there are some things you should know. It is important to maintain a respectable level of behavior even though you're in the nightclub and you typically associate this type of place with rowdy fun. At the end of the day, these nightclub operators run a business and that business needs to remain safe and legal.