South Jersey Town Named One of the Unfriendliest in the Nation — Again
One South Jersey city, apparently, has an attitude problem and people across the nation keep noticing.
Atlantic City, our favorite seaside gambling town with its world famous boardwalk, has -- again -- been named one of the unfriendliest cities in the nation. And to make matters worse, we're more unfriendly this year compared to last year.
According to a new poll from readers and users of Conde Nast Traveler, Atlantic City is the third unfriendliest city in the nation. The only worse places are Newark, NJ, and Oakland, CA.
In an article, Conde Nast didn't have many nice things to say about Atlantic City...
"It's a strange, split-personality town: an odd mix of grinding poverty and over-the-top conspicuous consumption... and dancing to '70s and '80s hits at Boogie Nights in the Tropicana Casino held a 'tacky' appeal."
Last year, Atlantic City was the fourth most unfriendly city in America... now we're up to #3.