James Coney Island

(713) 690-8332 | View Website

5730 Hollister, Houston, TX | Directions   77040

29.850040 -95.503670

Restaurants, Traditional American, Hamburgers  more

More Cuisine: Hot Dogs

Price: $

Tags: Cheap Eats, Family-Friendly Dining, Lunch Spot

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, Gift Certificate, MasterCard, Visa

General Info: Open 7 Days

Neighborhoods: Northwest, Fairbanks/ Northest Crossing

James Coney Island
James Coney Island

From The Owners of James Coney Island

Grilled franks are the top dogs at this casual spot for a quick lunch or affordable dinner.

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Reviews for James Coney Island

over a year ago

Grilled franks are the top dogs at this casual spot for a quick lunch or affordable dinner. – In Short
Founded in 1923, this locally owned and operated fast-food chain serves up hot dogs and other quick-serve favorites. Customers can choose to drive through, take out or dine in. The restaurant is best known for its Coney Island hot dog: a grilled all-beef wiener, chili, mustard, onions on a fresh-baked bun. Other favorites include chili pie with Fritos, cheeseburgers, cheese fries, Italian sausage sandwiches and tater tots. For dessert, choose from apple pie, brownies, milk shakes and cheesecakes.

over a year ago

Hold the Onions and the Kisses – I love everything about JCI - the way they keep the restaurant, the food and even the continuous greetings you receive by employees when you enter, get your food, sit down and leave. My husband and I went here with our 16-month old this past weekend. He loves to eat, so he's usually pretty friendly and happy in restaurants. One particular employee took a liking to him and stopped by our table several times to say "hello." Then she started pinching his cheeks, touching his arms and finally grabbed his head to give him a kiss on the face. We love that people think our baby is cute, but this went a little too far. I've never had to tell someone to back away because he doesn't really have a fear of strangers. But, I wish that the manager would have asked his employee to leave us alone, stop touching our baby and let us enjoy our lunch.


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