* Feltman’s & Nathan’s.
This article in yesterday’s New York Post- may be of interest to you hot dog afficianados!
I just hit 91 last month and I’m probably one of your readers who actually remembers Feltman’s.
Feltman’s was an absolutely amazing place. indoor and outdoor seating. Great hot dogs.
I also remebered when Nathan’s opened and out foxed Feltman’s by selling hot dogs 5 cents cheaper.
How Nathan’s a nothing upstart beat Feltman’s is beyond me, but it happened.
For your readers, i still eat hot dogs, french fries, donuts, pastrami and I’m still kicking. Enjoy the ride, because you never know when the bus hits your stop.
Love Jeff Eats.
Nothing beats eating a Nathan’s hot dog topped with mustard and sauerkraut and a side of its french fries and its original Coney Island location.
My wife and I have been down here in Delray Beach 15 years. We are both originally from Brooklyn, Midwood HS alumni. Whenever we visit friends and relatives in Brooklyn (at least onec a year) we make it our business to stop by Nathan’s in Coney Island.
Larry, I’m with you. I agree Nathan’s hot dog and Nathan’s french fries are the perfect meal. Ive been eating Nathan’s hot dogs and fries for over 45 years. The best.
I haven’t been to Coney Island in maybe 10 years. I use to be a pretty steady customer of the Nathan’s in Oceanside but that was years ago.
My name is Jeff. I was born and bred in Brooklyn, New York. Since 1991, I have lived in South Florida and have eaten in so many restaurants down here, that I now consider myself to be a food expert.
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