A Detroit-style Greek/ New York resto. Yes, it's a thing.
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Having just taken over downtown's Anton Cafe, Motor City's carrying on an old Detroit tradition, not by throwing octopi at customers, but by supplementing the gyro-heavy menu with Detroit's unlikely staple: the Coney Island dog, which was brought there by a Greek immigrant almost 100 years ago. They've also added Phillys, Reubens, and the ground-beef-in-dog-bun "Coney Loose Burger".

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1. Motor City Coney Island 1300 Main St, Dallas, TX (Downtown)

Having just taken over downtown's Anton Cafe, Motor City's carrying on an old Detroit tradition, not by throwing octopi at customers, but by supplementing the gyro-heavy menu with Detroit's unlikely staple: the Coney Island dog, which was brought there by a Greek immigrant almost 100 years ago. They've also added Phillys, Reubens, and the ground-beef-in-dog-bun "Coney Loose Burger".

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