Latest Articles Tagged "nathan's famous"
They're expecting "record crowds."
See the Coney Island institution from 1916 through today.
The Vermont Senator and Brooklyn native ordered sauerkraut and mustard on his hotdog.
Beer cocktails, hotdogs, and corn on the cob are how you know it's summer.
German immigrant Charles Feltman is credited with inventing the hot dog on Coney Island in the late 1860's—now, a Brooklyn native is trying to bring back the brand.
A great pun is its own reword.
The spark was started by construction, but caused little damage to the building.
Murray Handwerker, who took his father Nathan's Coney Island hot dog business national, died at age 89 in Florida yesterday.
The lease held by Nathan's Famous at Stillwell and Surf avenues