Esquire gives a nod to Coney Island Hot Dogs

It’s not one of the city’s newest restaurants that’s garnered the latest national attention – it’s Coney Island Lunch. The April issue of Esquire magazine (Tina Fey on the cover) includes Coney Island in a “Where Men Eat” feature – a list of fine and not-so-fancy eateries from around the country. Esquire’s take on Coney Island: “Ninety years in one spot, serving hot dogs, soda, beer, and not much else. There are generations of names carved into the tables: Vandalism as census.”

We suggest shooting their 2010 Sexiest Woman Alive cover on location.

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2 responses to “Esquire gives a nod to Coney Island Hot Dogs

  1. Two warm beers
    Four soggy dogs
    $18

  2. Is Esquire doing this as a feature suggesting where one might MEET eligible men? (!)

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