Gordon’s Alley and Cardinal Bistro – Friday’s Roundup

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Gordon’s Alley
South Inlet booster and super-dynamic A.C. Press reporter Hannah Schweder has an adorable profile that old Atlantic City hands will appreciate, on Shirley and Milton Gordon, who celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary last week.
They started the businesses that became Gordon’s Alley.
Shirley’s father had a hotel that was urban renewal-ed out of existence by Pauline’s Prairie. Now Gordon’s Alley is being urban renewal-ed out of existence by the CRDA! Sorry. I’ll stop now. (But just icymi, here’s our take on CRDA’s urban renewal piece de resistance).

Cardinal Bistro
Ventnor chef Michael Brennan won $10,000 in a cooking competition on the Food Network, a major television network, I believe.
More importantly, he knows how to grill shishito peppers and stuff them with salt cod. He also made broccoli steak with broccoli mouse that was a “judge favorite,” Nanette LoBiondo Galloway reports.
Brennan grew up in Absecon and runs Cardinal Bistro on Ventnor Avenue.
I can’t guarantee he does broccoli steak or shishito peppers there (and guess I’d be suprised if he did!) but it made me want to go to there.

The rest of today’s headlines include stories on the Cape May ferry, MGM’s east coast plans, and the Longport library fiasco. You can check them out below.

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