Atlantic City, NJ – Atlantic City's First-Ever Le Dîner en Blanc was Held on the Iconic Boardwalk as Guests donned all-white outfits and made their way to the Atlantic City Boardwalk for a spectacular evening characterized by elegant dining and fabulous entertainment.
It was the perfect Summer night for the first-ever New Jersey Le Dîner en Blanc, and the iconic Atlantic City Boardwalk was the perfect location for last night's event. As per true tradition, the event commenced with the all-recognizable "napkin wave."
For the first time ever, Le Dîner en Blanc was held in Atlantic City by the organizers of Le Dîner en Blanc Philadelphia, which is celebrating its 10th Anniversary this August. Although Diner en Blanc has been held in Philadelphia for the past 10 years, it has never taken place on the Jersey Shore until now. For this year's event organizers brought close to 2,600 guests to the oldest and longest boardwalk in the U.S. for an extraordinary evening in Atlantic City.
The entertainment for the last-night event was carefully curated by the organizers, who stayed true to their reputation of having top-notch musicians and performers. Entertainment for the evening includes the wonderful West Philadelphia Foot Tappers, live music by the Ernest Stuart Band, and music from DJ Mar. Roaming performances accompany the night with Eddie Morgan Brass Band, The Gimlet Girls, and Cirque Risque. Guests enjoyed the 360 Photobooth, Photowall and Balloon Installations, and Charmed Face Painting!
Atlantic City, just 60 miles from Philadelphia, has seen a metamorphosis in its culinary scene - attracting world-renowned chefs and nationally recognized restaurants - making it a perfect destination for Le Diner en Blanc. Over the years, Le Dîner en Blanc has become one of the most sought-after culinary events worldwide. Thousands of guests are brought together from diverse backgrounds with a common interest in elegant dining in an unexpected public space.