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Angelino's Fairmount in Atlantic City and bakeries

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Angelino's Fairmount in Atlantic City and bakeries

Visitor | Jun 5, 2004 03:25 PM

Ate dinner there recently and it was truly an awful disappointment. While the atmosphere was promising as a good cheap eats place, the fish was actually soggy and the pasta, red sauce, and clam sauce were just plain bad. "Specials" were also posted at (probably)outrageous prices ($22 to $29). What connection they actually have to the NY Yankees or Frank Sinatra, whose pictures were all over the place, is questionable. Talk about a tourist trap.
Far better was a small bakery right next store that sells its good very fresh Italian bread at 75 cents a loaf and a bakery store on a side street nearby that sells its own great cold pizza, garlic bread, cookies, and other items, all priced very cheaply. (Sorry, don't remember the names).
PS: The White House cheesesteak sub was pretty good.

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