Hot diggety dog! Nathan's Famous celebrates 100th year in New York

Nothing's better than a hot dog... well, except maybe two, and this woman is only too pleased to have laid her hands on Nathan's Famous hot dogs. As part of the company's 100th anniversary celebrations last Saturday at its flagship stand in Coney Isl
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Nothing's better than a hot dog... well, except maybe two, and this woman is only too pleased to have laid her hands on Nathan's Famous hot dogs. As part of the company's 100th anniversary celebrations last Saturday at its flagship stand in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York, Nathan's Famous sold its hot dogs for five US cents (about seven Singapore cents) each - the same price as in 1916. Nathan's Famous was founded by Nathan Handweker in 1916. The brand now has over 1,400 franchise locations globally.

A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Straits Times on May 30, 2016, with the headline 'Hot diggety dog! Nathan's Famous celebrates 100th year in New York'. Print Edition | Subscribe