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What You'll Get
Hot dogs are an ideal snack at baseball games—because their buns are made from the same type of bread as catchers’ mitts, they’re great for snagging foul balls and accidentally catapulted shortstops. Seize a satisfying snack with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of beefy hot dogs and handmade chili at Jakes Coney Island in Edmond.
The friendly team at Jakes effortlessly recreates the hearty snacks of lower Brooklyn, allowing patrons to enjoy authentic Nathan’s dogs without being subjected to the Big Apple’s ban on public ketchuping. Grab a famous Coney dog a la carte, and savor its steamed bun, graciously applied mustard, cheese, diced onions, and secret chili ($1.99). The famous Coney Island combo pairs your dog with chips and a drink ($3.99), and the New Yorker combo swaps the Coney dog for a sauerkraut-laden frankfurter ($3.99). A chili-bowl combo delivers Jake’s handcrafted secret chili with onions, cheddar cheese, and crackers, and, unlike politicians who charge exorbitant amounts to speak at graduations covered in potato chips, it can be transformed into a Frito chili pie for free ($4.99).
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Oct 7, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per table. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Jake’s Coney Island
After a series of kitchen experiments, Jake Wigley finally did it: he created the perfect chili to top Nathan’s brand all-beef hot dogs. Today, Jake rises bright and early each and every day to create and re-create his hard-earned recipe from scratch for his menu of regionally inspired coneys. He piles the Carolina with chili and coleslaw, slathers the Western with the perfect balance of barbecue sauce and cheese, and constructs the classic, famous coney with chili, mustard, and enough onions to make a statue cry. Aside from Nathan’s dogs, Jake also grills brats and ladles chili over spaghetti or directly into bowls for spoon-assisted consumption.