Food Guide to Coney Island

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At the southern end of Brooklyn, Coney Island is a summertime treat for New Yorkers. It’s amusement park, Luna Park, re-opened this weekend for the season. To herald the opening of the rides, carnival games, and food stalls, the 87-year-old Cyclone was doused with a classicNew York egg cream on the morning of April 13.The iconic soda-fountain drink is made with milk, seltzer, and, traditionally, Fox’s U-Bet chocolate syrup. While there aren’t too many spots to actually buy an egg cream at Coney Island, there are several dining options among the stalls selling pastel-hued cotton candy, salty popcorn, and sweet funnel cakes.

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Tags:  Brooklyn, Coney Island, Food, New York, New York City, The Daily Meal
Publication:  The Daily Meal | April 13, 2014