Nathan’s, with it’s mustard yellow paint job, was the first thing we saw upon our arrival to Coney Island. It was also one of the few dining establishments that was open. Most of the amusements and storefronts were closed since April is not beach season in New York.
I can’t say that I am a huge fan of the hot dog, but since we ended up at Coney Island (e.g. O.O.B. on steroids) around 5:30 and we were hungry, it was an opportunity to be had.
We ordered the classic or original (whatever it was called) with sauerkraut and onions. Considering we had walked at least 15 miles over the course of the day, these dogs didn’t last long (and I’m almost ashamed to say I truly enjoyed eating one of them)!