Friday, April 23, 2010

Nathan's Famous New York franks now available at Granite City's largest drug haven

Article by Beak Wilder / Photo courtesy of the World Wide Web

The taste of Coney Island's famous hot dogs can now be found at the Quincy Center train station, where residents can sit down and enjoy the taste of Nathan's Famous while the city's beloved homeless community awkwardly stares.

The new restaurant, which was opened by the Patel family this January, is the former home to Donut 'N' Donuts, Quincy most controversial doughnut shop.

"The train station is a very busy area," said Manny Patel, one of the owners of the Nathan's stand. "And people love that delicious New York taste."

New York, which was made famous after thousands of it's residents were running around screaming as the charred remnants of the World Trade Center fell to the ground, also has a history of making quality hot dogs.

"I think it's awesome that Nathan's Famous has come to Quincy," said Roberta Spring, of North Quincy. "Before they set up shop at the train station, the only piece of authentic New York meat I had ever experienced was the time I blew Freddy Madball in the bathroom of Darcy's Pub."

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