Phillip's Original Coney Island

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Signature Coney Island hot dogs, housemade chili, and hand-dipped milk shakes at restaurant owned by the same family for 100 years

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Promotional value expires Jul 31, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 3 per person. Limit 1 per table. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid with anniversary specials on 1/9/13-1/14/13. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$6 for $12 Worth of American Food

The menu includes Coney Island hot dogs with Coney sauce and cheddar cheese ($2.19), burgers ($4.09–$4.29) topped with fried eggs and bacon, and hand-dipped milk shakes ($3.99).

Phillip's Original Coney Island

For a full century, members of the Manus family have manned the counter at Phillip's Original Coney Island, serving their signature Coney Island hot dogs topped with onions, special Coney sauce, and cheddar cheese. All the way down from Phillip Manus, who opened the eatery in 1912, to his great-grandson Nicholas Manus, who runs it today, Phillip’s has served an old-fashioned menu of hot dogs, burgers, battered-bottleneck fries, and hand-dipped milk shakes, pairing each serving with fresh-baked cornbread. Following the original 100-year-old recipe, cooks dip their ladles into simmering chili pots brimming with lean ground beef, vine-ripened tomatoes, a secret blend of spices, and Woodrow Wilson’s eyeglasses. Alternatively, they added a few modern twists to recipes, coating their buffalo chicken fingers with Frank's Red Hot Sauce and crowning barbecue burgers with Sweet Baby Ray's sauce and crunchy coleslaw.

Phillip's Original Coney Island

For a full century, members of the Manus family have manned the counter at Phillip's Original Coney Island, serving their signature Coney Island hot dogs topped with onions, special Coney sauce, and cheddar cheese. All the way down from Phillip Manus, who opened the eatery in 1912, to his great-grandson Nicholas Manus, who runs it today, Phillip’s has served an old-fashioned menu of hot dogs, burgers, battered-bottleneck fries, and hand-dipped milk shakes, pairing each serving with fresh-baked cornbread. Following the original 100-year-old recipe, cooks dip their ladles into simmering chili pots brimming with lean ground beef, vine-ripened tomatoes, a secret blend of spices, and Woodrow Wilson’s eyeglasses. Alternatively, they added a few modern twists to recipes, coating their buffalo chicken fingers with Frank's Red Hot Sauce and crowning barbecue burgers with Sweet Baby Ray's sauce and crunchy coleslaw.

Customer Reviews

Can get a little pricey but I must admit that the couple times that we have been here, the service was very pleasant and friendly and that speaks volumes.
Tameaka P. · August 4, 2013
Sauce was wonderful.
Nita F. · July 28, 2013
Our servicer was great, Very energetic and didn't rush us.
Meg N. · July 24, 2013

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