There were many things on the menu that I wanted to order, but I finally decided on the Authentic Polish platter (three homemade pan-fried pierogies, homemade sauerkraut and holiday style kielbasa) [$9.95].
There are daily specials in addition to the regular menu items. On Wednesday, great burger specials; Thursday is combo day; and Friday is the day for walleye and perch. I am looking forward to Friday so that I can have a walleye sandwich!!
Detroit Coney Island is open on Tuesday through Sunday from 11am. Closing times vary.
Their website tells the story of people thinking that Coney Island hot dogs originated in New York, but the popular food got its start in Michigan. "A Coney dog is a beef hotdog, topped with an all meat, beanless chili, diced white onions, and yellow mustard. A true Coney dog uses made-in-Michigan products."
OH, I almost forgot to mention the Faygo pop. I had the cream soda [$2] and Rob had a Vernors [$2]. Mmmmmmmm - forgot how much I loved that stuff!
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