Borgata doubles down on after-dark fun with sexy new nightspot Premier.
A rendering of the new Premier nightclub.
In a city where numbers can make or break you, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa’s new venture is proof that 13 can be lucky. That’s how many years ago the company introduced Mixx, which established a new generation of nightlife in AC in 2003. This spring, Premier takes over the space and is poised to do the same. Senior VP of Operations Joe Lupo says, “We wanted a venue designed to rival the top clubs in Las Vegas, New York, and Miami.” The gamble has paid off.
Expect a little of everything, but EDM and hip-hop still rule. Veteran Borgata DJs Vice, Samantha Ronson, and Ruckus return along with Madonna collaborator (and Philly native) Diplo and Orange is the New Black’s Ruby Rose.
Take a Seat
Pop Champagne at one of the more than 40 tables offering bottle service—but for the best seats in the house, reserve a spot next to the DJ booth, where you’ll be close to the entourage action.
Josh Held, the brains behind Marquee NYC and Tao Las Vegas, designed the 18,000-square-foot space to mimic a modern theater with tiered booths, ornate staircases, and a sweeping mezzanine level. A custom disco ball is the centerpiece of a first-of-its-kind chandelier with programmable lights.