When you travel to a new city, are you the type of person that seeks out the most well-known tourist hotspots or do you prefer to connect on a more personal level with some of the city’s best-kept secrets that only the locals know about? If you’re the latter, you’ll definitely want to check out the website Urban Adventures, which aims to provide travelers with genuine experiences where they can get a taste of the local culture and see what makes the city unique.
Speaking of local taste, in case you missed it, Urban Adventures turned its attention to Feltman’s of Coney Island back in March in a piece it called “The hot dog that’s also a piece of NYC history”. If you’ve ever wondered about the history of Feltman’s, it’s a great read that will also shed plenty of light on our own Michael Quinn, a tour guide and Coney Island historian who sought to bring back the original hot dog invented by Charles Feltman. The author goes on to say Feltman’s hot dogs are “better than any of the dirty water dogs you’ll find boiled from food carts” and they are “actually better than any hot dog you’ll have anywhere.” Enough said, ladies and gentlemen!
This update is by Feltman’s of Coney Island, a symbol of American tradition and quality for decades and the proud maker of the original hot dog originally founded by its namesake Charles Feltman, the inventor of the first hot dog. Feltman’s hot dogs are free of nitrates and artificial ingredients, using all natural beef to create an experience that explodes with incredible, original flavor. For more information, please visit one of the locations in Brooklyn or Feltman’s Kitchen on St. Marks Place in the East Village to try some of the best hot dogs in the country.