Despite the news of Atlantic City and their casinos tumbling into the sea, I wouldn't want to live anywhere else in the world. First off, the casinos are coming back in a big way, but that only helps to bring more things to this area great for families too. Our neighborhood is full of residents who work at the casino and come from all over the world.
Even though the casinos are geared towards getting adults in the doors, there is plenty for families with kids to do here. The best areas in Atlantic City include the Rain Forest Cafe, Ripley's Believe it or Not, there is even a mall that stretches out over the Atlantic Ocean from the boardwalk that looks like a real ocean liner.
With all that new casino business, it attracted tons of chain restaurants to this area, so me and my family can try a new place every week without even getting near the casino. Concerts on the beach, museums, and a boardwalk with arcade games for the little ones, it's like a new adventure every week living in Atlantic City.
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What happened to?I worked in Atlantic City during the summer of 1969. I worked at a restaurant called Gus's On New York Ave. I know the owners opened up another restaurant. What is the name of their new restaurant and where is it located? Second question. I lived across the street at the Chester Inn. Does it still exist? If not whatever happened to it? …