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St. Paddy’s Day is always a blast, but unlike most bars that go quiet the next day, at the Irish Pub in Atlantic City, a second holiday is just getting started — Bag Day. A purely unique March 18 tradition that requires costuming, booze and fun, this is a not-to-be-missed event. But you better be an early bird, as it gets rolling in the morning and wraps up around dinner time. Here are five reasons to check it out.

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It’s the dream of many to one day open up a restaurant. In fact, it’s one of those dreams that is often held even by folks who have absolutely no experience in the industry. For whatever reason, everybody seems to think that they would be good at it and that their bar or restaurant would be THE place to go in town. Of course that isn’t the case, and we all know that a mismanaged business — no matter what industry it resides in — is destined to fail.

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For years Vagabond Kitchen & Tap House has been one of Atlantic City’s top gastropubs. Despite its somewhat off-the-beaten-path location, it has managed to find itself on the radar of just about everyone who has a soft spot for the simplicity of casual American pub grub done right. Whether you are in the mood for a great burger, some outrageous loaded fries or an incredible plate of wings after a particularly rough day at work, you can always count on Vagabond to knock it out of the park.

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You can turn that spare room into something more than just a game room or TV-watching space with an extensive themed remodel. The options here are as broad as your imagination itself: a 1950s-inspired diner with jukebox, wood-paneled English pub with leather stools pushed up to a custom bar or a tribute to the movies or sports teams that drive your passions.

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