Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Feltman's of Coney Island now open on St. Mark's Place

[Joseph Quinn points to the to-go window at 80 St. Mark's Place.]

As a follow-up to yesterday's post... the Feltman's of Coney Island stand is now open for business at the William Barnacle Tavern at Theatre 80, 80 St. Mark's Place between First Avenue and Second Avenue.

You can grab a hot dog to go from the sidewalk window or have one inside the Tavern. Feltman's toppings are sauerkraut, chopped onions, shredded cheddar, chili and their own Spicy Apple Cider Vinegar Mustard. (No ketchup or pump cheese, sorry!) They are also selling Coney Island Knishes.

The revived Feltman's brand is owned by brothers and Brooklyn natives Michael and Joseph Quinn.

The Feltman's hours are for now Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m.; and 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday.

Feltman's is named after Charles Feltman, purportedly the inventor of the hot dog as well as the restaurant that was located in Coney Island from 1870-1954.


Anonymous said...

Good for them, I hope they're successful. Save for papaya dog, there aren't many good hot dog joints in the city. Nathan's is mediocre at best.

Anonymous said...

Are the dogs heated up on a griddle, in hot water, or what? Important question.

Makeout said...

No ketchup- That's important. said...

This is Feltman's owner Michael Quinn. Our hot dogs are griddled. They come 6 to 1lb. So they are much larger than most brands. 100% beef with lamb casing. No nitrates or nitrites. Original Frankfurt sausage spices.