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Fast Facts:

  • 45 year old family tradition: Her parents owned Uncle Sam’s Coney Island in Detroit
  • All products are from her parent’s vendors in Detroit
  • Tried and true family recipe!
  • Capitalizing on decades of experience, completely inspected and licensed by the board of health.

Coney Girl Hot Dog Stand opened in Monroe Center, the new, beating heart of downtown Grand Rapids in May of 2004. Starting a new business venture in Michigan’s second-largest city has been a carefully planned career step for this former California advertising executive and mother of two. It’s also a culinary test of the authentic Coney sauce that is a secret family recipe.

Links:

>> Article: Michigan Land Use Institute (MLUI.org) – In Grand Rapids, smart investments spur Smart Growth

http://www.mlui.org/mlui/news-views/articles-from-1995-to-2012.html?archive_id=494#.XW53EihKjIU

 

>> JazzNotes: West Michigan Jazz Society Newsletter

https://wmichjazz.org/Newsletters/2019August-September.pdf

 

>> mLive.com Article: Lights out for Night Vendors? (11/26/2007)

https://www.mlive.com/grpress/2007/11/lights_out_for_night_vendors.html

 

>> Food trucks dampened sales for local food cart vendors during ArtPrize

https://fox17online.com/2014/10/12/food-trucks-dampened-sales-for-local-food-cart-vendors-during-artprize/