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For over 25 years, the Alicart family of restaurants has been offering an exciting and unique spectrum of dining concepts. The Legendary Carmine’s Family Style Italian restaurant—with locations in New York City’s Theater District and Upper West Side, the Tropicana Hotel and Casino in Atlantic City, Washington Penn Quarter, the Atlantis Resort & Casino in the Bahamas and our newest location in Las Vegas at the Forums Shops at Caesars Palace—serves exceptional southern Italian cuisine in abundant portions designed for sharing.

Our other specialty restaurant is Virgil’s Real BBQ located in Times Square, Las Vegas and Atlantis Bahamas serving genuine southern home-style experience with authentic BBQ and American dishes created by our many smokers on premise.

We look forward to seeing you at one of our restaurants.


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Listen to Jeffrey Bank on WTOP FM

Listen to an interview with Jeffrey Bank on WTOP FM about the Carmine's Washington D. C. opening!

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Carry it home from Carmine's.

Carmine's Pamela's Punch Review

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Virgil's BBQ included in the Atlantis Resort Bahamas expansion plans.

Virgil's BBQ will be part of the Atlantis new $100m expansion plans.

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Jeff Bank and Michael Bloomberg

Jeffrey Bank, CEO, Alicart Restaurant Group and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. June 10, 2009.

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Having words with Jeff Bank

Recession fears are sending shivers through the restaurant industry, but Jeffrey Bank, Chief Executive Officer of Alicart Restaurant Group in New York, is confident he can weather tough times.

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Carmine's Bahamas

It's on Paradise Island that you'll find a real taste of Italy. Carmine's restaurant at Marina Village serves great food along with quality, value and atmosphere.

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Despite the boom in upscale eateries, New Yorkers still want a plain old meat-laden sandwich every now and then.

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