The house special dogs are great and this place nails that hometown hole-in-the wall feel. Well worth the stop if you are in the area.
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This is not a fancy place but the chili dogs are worth mentioning and the guys who work there are friendly and helpful about local information. I believe 3 generations have been running this business since 1918. They also serve hamburgers, other sandwiches, fries, soft drinks, milk, and hand dipped milkshakes. We stop in to get a Coney Island every... More
Our group of four we looking for an economical place to eat and wound up here. This restaurants has been serving Cumberland for 98 years and Gino is third generation! Three of us ordered Coneys and one ordered a hamburg - all with brown mustard, onions and Coney sauce. Buns were steamed and coney sauce was good (not spicy). Coneys... More
We love going here for lunch the weiners are the best I get 4 with sauce and onions My daughter loves the hamburgers she gets cause she is not like care for weiners the fries are very crispy and delicious and we love getting chocolate Ricky's
Very disappointed. Told by locals very good dogs. Wrong not good . Place was average. Fries over cooked. Would not go back. And it's cash only
I had heard by the locals this was the place to go for best hot dogs. It was the worst !! Mushy dogs & buns, even the chili sauce was nasty. Obviously the locals have never had a good hot dog before. Appearance of place not appealing. When the cashier took money from patron before me, they turned & started... More
Half of our party thought the dogs were awesome. One person did not. It boils down to the roll. It was soggy because it was steamed. The hot dog was small and got swallowed up in the soft roll. That appealed to the soggy roll crowd. The dissenter thought the roll was overpowering and the hot dog had little taste.... More
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