3004 Stillwell Ave, Brooklyn
In ShortThis Cajun-style fast food restaurant first opened in New Orleans in 1972 and has since achieved domestic and international fame for its flavorful mild and spicy chicken.…
606 Neptune Ave. @ West 6th Street, Brooklyn
1524 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn
Generations of New Yorkers have finished off their Coney Island beach days (and sometimes snow days) with a trip to one of the pizza greats, Totonno's on Neptune Avenue.
1310 Surf Ave, Brooklyn
The epicenter of hot dogs, New York City's beach culture, and ridiculous eating challenges is at Nathan's Famous on Surf Avenue.
3100 Ocean Pkwy, Brooklyn
"This place has the best sushi that I have had in New York, ever. Overall I would definitely place in my favorite 3 spots for sushi of all time. The presentation and flavors were…
2911 W 15th St, Brooklyn
When Brooklyn's Italian-Americans want to enjoy a nice relaxing meal in Coney Island, they stop by Gargoiulo's. The menu's a bit pricey, but you won't find better baked clams…
522 Neptune Ave, Brooklyn
I have been eating there my whole life. They have such awesome pizza! I haven't actually ate something there that I didn't like. All my friends go to Rocco's on Neptune Ave…
3035 Cropsey Ave, Brooklyn
I have been going here since it first came into the neighborhood. The staff continues to be friendly and remembers my usual order. The product is consistent and enjoyable way to…
1525 Mermaid Ave, Brooklyn
This hole in the wall joint is surprisingly good. The rotisserie chicken is famous.
Denny's Delight Inc. Walk along Surf Avenue and you'll happen upon Denny's, a tiny booth serving up fried delights and better soft serve frozen custard than anything else you'll find on the boardwalk.… read more
The Original Nathan's Famous Est. 1916. Nathan's is a piece of living history: it's one of the only relics of Coney Island past. Oh, and the hot dogs aren't too shabby either. … read more
Totonno Pizzeria Napolitano. For my money, this was always the best of the coal-oven pantheon pizzas, a thinner, lighter, more restrained pie than the big thick pies produced by John's, et. al. The Coney Island location makes it special too; as with Midwood's Di Fara, the trip makes you appreciate the experience even more. … read more