Trump-era steak joint, strip club return to Hard Rock Casino

The Trump name is gone from the Hard Rock Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey, but some popular nightspots from the days when it was the Trump Taj Mahal will be back when it reopens this month.

The casino announced Friday the upscale strip club Scores and Robert's Steakhouse will be part of the reopened casino.

The global entertainment and gambling company is completely redoing what was once the Trump Taj Mahal. But fans will find a few familiar things.

Besides the two eateries, the casino is keeping its Mark Etess Arena, although it will be enlarged to hold 7,700 spectators.

Hard Rock is one of two shuttered Atlantic City casinos reopening on June 28, along with the former Revel casino, which is reopening as the Ocean Resort Casino.


This story has been corrected to show the casino reopens this month, not next month.