First-ever Scores Complex to Open in Atlantic City This Summer

ATLANTIC CITY, NJ—Calling it the first of its kind, managing partner Bob Gans is busy preparing for the opening later this summer of a massive Scores entertainment complex at Trump Taj Mahal in Atlantic City, New Jersey. At a cost of $25 million and two years in the making, the “36,000-square-foot-club features a labyrinth of venues, including VIP areas and private rooms,” reported the Courier-Post.

“We wanted to open something that had never been done before: an adult entertainment complex, not a strip club,” explained Gans. “It will have something for everybody from 21 to 65: visual entertainment, an outside deck off the boardwalk, a sports bar and a male revue aimed for women.

“There’s a market for people who look for some form of entertainment that’s different, safe and not seedy,” he added. “The safety of the hotel is a draw by itself and if we are correct, it will be somewhat of a game-changer for Atlantic City.”

That’s a tall order, but Atlantic City, with its envious proximity to the Big Apple, has always sparked dreams of fame and fortune.

According to the Courier-Post, “Scores will include the Black Box Cabaret, a state-of-the-art special event space that can be reserved with or without Scores entertainers; the Spread, an intimate sports bar; the Deck at Scores, an exclusive beachside day and nightclub experience and the Scores Collection Retail Store.”

Did we mention that it will feature a state-of-the-art sports bar?

Image: Design rendering of the exterior of Scores Atlantic City.