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Ryan Loughlin

Associate Editor, At The Shore/ACWeekly

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Freelance reporter for At The Shore/Atlantic City Insiders from 2011-2015; Editor in Chief, MainStreetMarlboro.com,2014-2015; Writer for Zagat, 2013

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For the first month of a brand-new year, January is quite the downer. It’s freezing outside, summer is still half a year away, and everyone who ate and drank their way through the last two months of holidays is now paying the price, laying on the couch in a semi-depressed coma. Plus, there just isn’t much going on. Outside of the odd birthday party or random get together, events are at a near standstill.

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The Presley at Crossroads Bar & Grill mixed up more than a few unusual ingredients, but came out on top in the end.

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For the first month of a brand-new year, January is quite the downer. It’s freezing outside, summer is still half a year away, and everyone who ate and drank their way through the last two months of holidays is now paying the price, laying on the couch in a semi-depressed coma. Plus, there just isn’t much going on. Outside of the odd birthday party or random get together, events are at a near standstill.

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Looking for something to get you revved up this weekend? The Atlantic City International Motorcycle Show returns for three days of badass bikes Friday through Sunday, Jan. 7 to 9, at the Showboat Hotel in Atlantic City.

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The cheesesteak at Jonuzi’s may not beat your favorite spot in Philly, but it’s one of the best at the shore.

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There is always a lot of buildup and hype around New Year’s Eve. Unlike just about any other normal night out, it comes with an exaggerated sense of high expectations that need to be delivered, and if they aren’t, the whole night ends up feeling like a bit of a disappointment. And that means dinner can’t just be at any old place; it has to be special, and it has to be memorable. So our mission this year is to help you avoid the possibility of a big letdown by offering a list of some of our favorite spots for an awesome New Year’s Eve dinner. As always, reservations are strongly recommended.

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There is always a lot of buildup and hype around New Year’s Eve. Unlike just about any other normal night out, it comes with an exaggerated sense of high expectations that need to be delivered, and if they aren’t, the whole night ends up feeling like a bit of a disappointment. And that means dinner can’t just be at any old place; it has to be special, and it has to be memorable. So our mission this year is to help you avoid the possibility of a big letdown by offering a list of some of our favorite spots for an awesome New Year’s Eve dinner. As always, reservations are strongly recommended.

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