George’s Coney Island

George’s Coney Island Hot Dogs is an original, serving hot dogs from generation to generation, everyday except Tuesday.

Founded in 1918, George’s Coney Island remains in its landmark location at 158 Southbridge Street in downtown Worcester, Massachusetts. In 1938, its namesake George Tsagarelis expanded his “store” to include its art deco design, wooden booths, tile floor and all-important counter.

In 1940, he added the Romanoff designed 60 foot neon sign. Modeled after George’s hand, the hot dog dripping mustard sign has welcomed hot dog lovers and seekers of the secret sauce as well as photographers and artists from all over the world.

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4 replies

  1. I love me some George’s Coney Island dogs. As an added bonus they have a full bar on the other side.

    Speaking of hot dogs have you ever been to Hot Dog Annie’s in Leicester?

    great pics 😉


    • Thanks. They came out well. No, haven’t been to Hot Dog Annie’s, but it sound like a day trip.

      On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 12:59 PM, SERENDIPITY



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