The one-handed nature of hot dogs makes them especially suited to multitasking, which explains their popularity with carnival visitors, thumb wrestlers, and frazzled hot dog company executives. Liberate your other hand with today's Groupon to Coney Dog in West Hollywood. Choose between the following options:
- For $12, you get a Coney Dog meal for two (up to a $29.45 value). The meal includes:
- Any two hot dogs (up to a $6.50 value each)
- Two regular fries (up to a $2.85 value each) or house salads (up to a $4.25 value each).
- Any one dessert (up to a $7.95 value)
- For $6, you get $12 worth of anything on the menu. Entrees range from $2.75–$9.95.
Coney Dog acquaints Angelenos with traditional Michigan eats as seasoned bunsmiths sling chili-slathered Coney dogs, Angus beef burgers, and an array of imported refreshments within a lively diner atmosphere. The open-air kitchen showcases skillful chefs as they craft classic Coney dogs, which bestow palates with juicy bites of Winter's sausage and house-made Detroit-style chili. Sink teeth into handheld helpings such as the LA street dog, which crowns its bacon-wrapped frank with onions and jalapeños, and the California Jack, a vegan hot dog smothered in organic vegan chili. Carnivorous excursions culminate with desserts such as the rockslide caramel brownie, which piles its fudgy confection with ice cream, walnuts, and Detroit-imported Sanders hot fudge for a treat more Midwestern than a gingerbread Buick.
For the $6 for $12 option, sides such as sweet potato fries ($3.95), onion rings ($3.95), and a small plate of six golden brown wings ($5.95) complement hot dogs such as the Turkey Coney with beef chili or homemade vegan chili ($4.50) and a Michigan-style cheeseburger ($3.15) or double cheeseburger ($6) topped with chili ($1) or bacon ($1). Toppings for hot dogs, burgers, and fries range from sauerkraut and pickle spears to sport peppers and chopped jalapeño ($.50 for any topping; $1 for any three toppings).
Open until 12 a.m. on Monday through Thursday and until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday, diners balance Detroit-centric flavors with an array of imported Midwestern refreshments, such as Faygo pop and Stroh's beer, alongside a rotating slate of craft brews. The light of industrial lamps glints off of aluminum seating and white tiled walls as flat-screen TVs dance with the action of every Michigan sporting event and CSPAN chili cook-off.
8873 Sunset Blvd.
West Hollywood, California 90069