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Okatshe is Chef Jose Garces’ playful, modernized take on a traditional Japanese izakaya at Tropicana Atlantic City. The full-service, 80-seat restaurant serves a selection of small plates, yakitori, ramen, sushi and sashimi. The bar at Okatshe features a curated selection of Japanese whiskeys, 50 sakes, beers and specialty cocktails.


accommodate breakout space. The venue’s built-in per- formance stage has a state-of-the art AV system with audio-visual professionals on-site.


“Our packages are customizable for conventions, cor- porate retreats and private events of all sizes,” asserts Jones. “A Phase II expansion will double the size of the event and meeting space. Our sister property, Live! Lofts, is another option for meetings and is just minutes from the casino and hotel. Both properties have nearly 25,000-square feet of combined meeting and event space along with more than 550 guest rooms.”


The second phase of Live!’s Event Center will be final- ized later this year and double the size of its event and meeting space to 4,000-seats for live entertainment and 40,000-square feet of customizable meeting space.


Amelia R Tognoli, advertising and brand marketing coordinator for Sands Bethlehem in Bethlehem, PA, says that clients who choose Sands enjoy their on-site experience, in part, because they never feel confined to a meeting room. “Guests can relax before or after their event at the award-winning, AAA Four-Diamond rated Sands Hotel, shop designer stores at The Outlets at


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