Feltmans Restaurant

Charles Robert Feltman, great-grandson of Feltmans Restaurant founder and hot dog inventor Charles Feltman
Charles Robert Feltman, great-grandson of Feltmans Restaurant founder and hot dog inventor Charles Feltman, tells the family history and describes  what Coney Island was like in the 1940s. Founded in the 1870s, Feltmans was once the world's largest...
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The King of Jones Walk
Wally Roberts has been operating amusements in Coney Island since the 1940’s. He rented space in the Feltman’s Building for storage and for a candy shop that sold salt water taffy, popcorn, and jelly apples. He remembers Feltman’s hotdogs, the first...
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Coney Island businessman
Sal Corona grew up working and playing in Coney Island in the 1950's. His Uncle Pete owned the Peluso Machine and Iron Works shop that repaired and fabricated replacement parts for rides, so he could get on many of the major rides in Coney...
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Page 30 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Feltmans Dining Room Photograph of dining room in Feltmans Restaurant
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Page 32 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Feltmans Kitchen Photograph of the kitchen in Feltmans Restaurant
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Page 31 of Coney Island - The People's Playground: Feltmans Pantry Photograph of the pantry in Feltmans Restaurant
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