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American Coney Island setting up shop in Las Vegas

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SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (MyFox Detroit) -

American Coney Island is sharing the Coney Dog goodness. They will open a new restaurant in downtown Las Vegas at the D Las Vegas Hotel and Casino.

This is the first out-of-state location for American Coney Island. The restaurant will be open 24/7 and will feature the iconic Coney Dog, chili cheese fries, gyros, and more.

What makes the Coney Dog so special? The high quality, specially seasoned, natural-casing Dearborn sausage brand hotdog gets topped with the Keros family secret recipe Coney Island Chili Sauce, fine mustard, sweet chopped onions, and served in a warm steamed bun. We'll let you decide what the best part is.

Gust Keros first introduced the dog to the city of Detroit in 1917 after he coined the phrase "Coney Dog."

American Coney Island is the oldest family-owned business in Detroit.  

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