Atlantic City - On Saturday night, June 24, the Atlantic City Boardwalk (from Oriental to Atlantic), along the Inlet, welcomed its second Le Diner en Blanc Atlantic City. The Boardwalk was the perfect location to enjoy a memorable evening with friends and strangers. With sweeping views of the Inlet and jetties and Brigantine in the background.
Le Diner En Blanc on The Atlantic City Inlet Boardwalk 2023
The "napkin waving" ceremony kicked off the night for 2,000+ guests, all dressed in their best white outfits. As guests enjoyed gourmet food - many of which were ordered by the event's culinary partners, Feast Your Eyes. The tables lined up along the Boardwalk, decorated with flowers and elaborate centerpieces. Music and revelry echoed along one of America's most famous Boardwalk as the evening rolled on.
"The City of Atlantic City has been so welcoming to us, and we were particularly excited to bring the event back when we found this location. The views are spectacular, and we knew many of our out-of-town guests might not be familiar with its beauty. We loved that the event space was framed by a view of the water on one side and the Absecon Lighthouse and the familiar casino skyline on the other. This year's Le Diner en Blanc Atlantic City radiated joy, celebrated community, and showed off everything we love about the City. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to Atlantic City and Mayor Marty Small Sr. for welcoming us again and making this evening so special," Natanya DiBona, Co-Host, Le Diner en Blanc Atlantic City.
Le Diner en Blanc in Atlantic City celebrates style and décor, and this year was no different. The guests put their heart and soul into their table decorations and outfits, creating a beautiful sight.
The night was filled with excitement beyond the stylish attire and the exquisite tablescapes. Atlantic City's Boardwalk was alive with activities and entertainment that got everyone on their feet. Live music from the Ernest Stuart Band, DJ Mar, and DJ Dramadik got everyone moving all night.
North Beach Mini Golf opened just last year and was open to guests and featured roaming artists. Altman Playground also featured face painters, cartoonists, and basketball and double dutch, courtesy of Philly Girls Jump. The evening was also remembered by guests at different photo opportunities on the Boardwalk.
As Le Diner En Blanc, Atlantic City closed out another incredible year. Attendees took home an evening of lasting memories, a testament to the magic created by Le Diner en Blanc Atlantic City and the Atlantic City Boardwalk.