Babe Ruth: Legendary Player, Legendary Hot Dog Eater

If you’re a Yankees fan, you’re more than likely quite familiar with George Herman Ruth Jr., better known to his friends and fans as “Babe” Ruth. The legendary baseball player achieved the height of his fame as the outfielder for the New York Yankees, achieving some impressive MLB records including more than 700 home runs and a slugging percentage of .690, the latter of which, decades later, has yet to be broken. Today, Babe Ruth is largely regarded as the greatest baseball player of all time. Besides his incredible skills as a baseball player, Babe Ruth also became known for...

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Feltman’s Is Moving on Up

When you’re increasingly becoming one of the most well-known and acclaimed hot dogs in New York, there may come a time when you’re gonna have to move on up to keep the momentum of growth. In fact, we’ve grown so much, our kiosk location in St. Marks Place has become too small! In other words, we’ve closed up shop at the Feltman’s Kitchen at St. Marks Place while we work on moving to a larger location to provide better service and the same delicious hot dogs. For those of you concerned about the closure of our spot at Theatre 80,...

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Is a Hot Dog a Sandwich?

We all know the difference between a hot dog and a sandwich. The former is a bread bun with a sausage in between while the latter is a pair of slices of bread...with something in between it. The similarities between the two make you stop and wonder, “Hmm, maybe a hot dog is closer to a sandwich than we think!” The food and pop culture website The Takeout recently posed the same question to its readers and also to a bunch of different public figures including Emmy-winning actress Holland Taylor (perhaps best known for her role as Evelyn Harper on...

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