Feltman’s of Coney Island is proud to highlight its recent New York Daily News story published earlier this month also featuring world-famous Japanese competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi.
New York, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 05/25/2018 -- The New York Daily News article focuses briefly on the history of Feltman's of Coney Island and the competition that has since developed with another well-known hot dog competitor which also has its beginnings in Coney Island.
Takeru Kobayashi, who holds several records for his skills at eating various foods like hot dogs, states his preference for Feltman's hot dogs which, per the article, he says taste "like steak". Kobayashi became famous when he achieved his first world record back in 2001 during his rookie appearance at a hot dog eating competition held in Coney Island. Kobayashi has since broken his record three times.
To read the New York Daily News article titled "Feltman's of Coney Island wants to team up with competitive eater Kobayashi to take on Nathan's Famous", please visit http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/gossip/confidential/nathan-famous-rivals-kobayashi-feltman-page-article-1.3995118.
About Feltman's of Coney Island
Founded by hot dog inventor Charles Feltman in the 1860s, Feltman's of Coney Island has remained a symbol of American tradition and quality for decades ever since it was resurrected by owner Michael Quinn. Feltman's hot dogs have no nitrates added and no artificial ingredients, using all natural beef to create an experience that explodes with delectable flavor. For more information, please call 718-373-5862 or visit one of the locations in Brooklyn or New York's St. Mark's Place.