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Where To Eat And Drink In Coney Island
Hot dogs, candy apples, enormous tortas, and more good stuff to eat before you ride the Wonder Wheel.
The gelato and granitas at Coney's Cones are exactly what you want on a hot day.
Pizza Brook in Coney Island is perfect for big groups, and it's no surprise that their pizzas taste like the ones at Grimaldi's (because that's what this place used to be).
Lunatics Ice Cream
There are a lot of classic Coney Island sweets at Lunatics Ice Cream, but the hot fresh funnel cake is the thing to get.
Paul’s Daughter is a counter-service spot on the boardwalk in Coney Island that has everything from lobster rolls to soft serve.
Nathan’s sells hot dogs all over the country, but it all started at this spot on Coney Island.
William’s Candy Shop
William’s Candy Shop is a classic spot in Coney Island for candy apples, cotton candy, and ice cream.
Ruby’s Bar & Grill
Ruby’s is a counter-service spot on the boardwalk in Coney Island with a big indoor area and a full bar.
Tom’s Restaurant in Coney Island is a nice place to sit for a few minutes while you eat something with a side of fries.
Pete’s Clam Stop
Pete’s Clam Stop is a small, counter-service spot a block from the subway and the beach in Coney Island.
Grimaldi’s Coal Brick-Oven Pizza
Grimaldi's is a good spot for pizza in Coney Island. (FYI, it's cash-only, and you can't get slices here.)
Feltman’s Of Coney Island
The founder of Feltman’s allegedly invented the hot dog, and this Coney Island spot still makes some of the best hot dogs around.
Gargiulo’s is an old-school Italian spot that’s the most formal place to eat in Coney Island.
Place To Beach
Place To Beach is a counter-service spot in Coney Island with a full service backyard that turns into a party at night.
Kitchen 21 is a great place for a drink with a group right on the Coney Island boardwalk.