Coney Island Hot Dogs
Downtown, it has free internet access.
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Coney Island Hot Dogs information
A giant neon fist grips a wiener dripping yellow neon mustard in the six-story sign outside this 1918 Worcester institution. Inside, eat dogs in a cavernous space chock-full of wooden booths carved with generations of graffiti.