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Hot Dog Stands and Other Street Foods, New York City, USA:

*New York City is filthy with cheap places to eat. There are pizza places, delis, diners, taquerias, and bagel shops where one can get a good meal for under $5. But if the hungry pedestrian can't be bothered to go inside to find something to eat, he often need look no further than the nearest street corner. Though not unique to New York City, the food stand in its many forms is one of many international symbols for that bloated metropolis. It is instantly recognisable by its colourful umbrella, its shiny metal body, and, as the pedestrian nears it, by the steam pouring from its hot belly.

Overall Tips:
Be consistent. If you feature a certain hot dog or soda, stay with it. Customers like that kind of predictability.

If you are from NY sell NY style hot dogs, if you are from Chicago then sell the Chicago hot dogs. Sell what you feel is the most comfortable for you.
 “As it turns out, it is likely that the North American hot dog comes from a widespread common European sausage brought here by butchers of several nationalities. Also in doubt is who first served the dachshund sausage with a roll. One report says a German immigrant sold them, along with milk rolls and sauerkraut, from a push cart in New York City's Bowery during the 1860's. In 1871, Charles Feltman, a German butcher opened up the first Coney Island hot dog stand selling 3,684 dachshund sausages in a milk roll during his first year in business”.

How to Buy a Hot Dog Stand

No matter if they're franks or brats, kielbasa or linguic,a, the wiener is a winner. Owning a hot dog stand may especially appeal to the entrepreneur who can't fathom a desk job.

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