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Ossu Japanese Tavern inside Tropicana Atlantic City has officially announced that they are now open to the public. Ossu, which is located in the space of the former Okatshe, introduces a modern twist on Japanese street food, focusing on small plates, sushi and yakatori. Ossu will also highlight over fifty Japanese whiskeys, along with a selection of specialty sakes and a Japanese-themed craft cocktail program.

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Sometimes terrible things happen in life, and, just as often, the reasons, logic and justification for these events are a complete mystery. Loved ones die suddenly and unexpectedly, deadly pandemics sweep the globe with no signs of stopping and, perhaps most perplexing of all, beloved frozen desserts get banished from the market without warning in the middle of a summer heatwave, leaving us all asking the same question: “Why?”

There are plenty of things to do in Ocean City other than enjoying the beach, and best spot to find many of them is the Boardwalk. From the delicious food to the arcades and thrilling rides, the fun never ends. Here are a few of our favorite spots on the boards to hit up this summer:

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In late 2016, the north end of the Atlantic City was a rough scene. On the far end of the Boardwalk sat the newly shuttered sites of the former casinos Revel, Showboat and Taj Mahal, with two of the three shut completely and Showboat operating as a bare bones hotel with no casino gaming and few amenities or attractions of any kind on hand to bring in customers.

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There are so many perks to living at the shore, but the beach itself is the main draw for so many people, particularly in the summer months. So, by default, a bar located on the beach is almost always a winning concept.

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The showrooms in Atlantic City were built for guys like Vinnie Favorito. An old-school-style comedian through and through, the Boston native is a throwback to the days when guys like Don Rickles ruled the casinos and everybody in the crowd expected to take a few shots from the guy with the mic in his hand.

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Playing live music is in Ann Wilson’s blood. The San Diego native — who is set to perform 9 p.m. Friday, July 29, at Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa — not only craves the intangible give-and-take she gets from the audiences she’s entertaining, but with the musicians she’s interacting with, be it on stage or in the studio.

The first Night in Venice debuted in Ocean City 67 years ago, back when the legendary event was still just a little boat parade, fun but hardly the tradition it’s become. Now a landmark weekend event with all the associated pomp and circumstance that accompanies such festivities, Ocean City’s Night in Venice is billed as one of the largest boat parades in the country.

There are very few naturally blue foods in the world, so it would stand to reason that a delicious, sweet and prevalent fruit known as the “blueberry” would be the obvious choice to flavor any sapphire-colored candy, syrup, soda, gum, water ice or other sweet treat, right? I mean the competition for this role was nearly nonexistent. The blueberry was essentially running unopposed. Or so we all thought.

When Mira Vasseva, owner of the new Asbury Kitchen in Ocean City, brought out an asparagus quiche for us to try on a recent summer morning, my wife was delighted; me not so much. (A) I don’t really care for quiche but could eat it; and (B) I dislike asaparagus.

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