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$10 for $20 Worth of American Diner Food
The menu features the diner's star dish: the Coney dog wrapped in a steamed bun and served plain ($1.99), blanketed in chili sauce and cheddar cheese sauce ($3.49), or topped with loose hamburger ($3.49). Sandwiches, such as the grilled sauerkraut-topped reuben ($6.99), can be complemented with fries ($1.49), while hash browns and toast accompany breakfast entrees such as a three-egg omelet with ham and cheddar ($6.99).
Jim's Coney Island
When they moved from Michigan to Florida, the owners of Jim's Coney Island left behind the cold weather, but didn't forget a recipe for the Great Lake State's much-loved Coney Island hot dog. At their Cape Coral eatery, they recreate the tasty dog seven days a week using Michigan-made hot dogs—which are specially seasoned and made with their natural skin casing—piled high with mounds of chili, mustard, and onions. Chefs also pay tribute to other cities' signature dishes, such as a philly cheesesteak and a classic new york reuben, while also preparing gooey calzones, hot wings slathered in four types of sauces, and hand-tossed pizzas made with butter, butter cheese, garlic butter, or garlic-salt flavored crusts. The menu's all-day breakfast invites diners to enjoy fluffy three-egg omelets and sweet french toast platters at any hour of the day.