Inside Atlantic City’s indoor restaurants, customers say they’re lucky to feel normal again Tim Hawk, NJ.com · September 11, 2020 at 3:51 pm As the Labor day weekend unofficially closes the door to one of the strangest summers anyone can remember another door opens. The door to your favorite restaurant. For the Atlantic City casinos, the reopening of indoor dining — shuttered since March when Gov. Phil Murphy ordered it closed to help stop the spread of coronavirus — meant the busy weekend was a chance to reacquaint its casual and fine dining restaurants to customers looking to regain the full experience so sorely missed. “It’s great to be back, there is no other way to dine but inside,” said Jerry Dolente, of Delaware, while sitting with his wife Cindi in a corner booth waiting for their meal to arrive at Martorano’s inside Harrah’s Atlantic City Sunday evening.