Decent food.. maybe a little better than your average Nathan's. I've gone there with friends. It's very affordable and you definitely get what you pay for.
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In Short In 1916, Nathan Handwerker, a young Polish immigrant, borrowed $300 from friends Jimmy Durante and Eddie Cantor to open a hot dog stand on booming Coney Island. Using his fiacee's recipe, he sold these soon-to-be-famous…
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