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20 Under-the-Radar Detroit Islanders You Might Have Overlooked

5458 W. Vernor Hwy., Detroit; 313-554-3076; facebook.com/DulysConeyIsland

Duly’s is a go-to coney island in southwest Detroit. If you don’t believe us, the late food critic Anthony Bourdain stopped here back in 2014 and loved it.

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4162 W. 12 Mile Rd. , Berkeley; 248-399-0007; berkleyconey.com

While Detroit Coney is the cream of the crop, this one in Berkeley offers a variety of dishes that will satisfy your hunger.

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19700 Livernois Ave. , Detroit; 313-342-6000; nonissherwood.com

Depending on your age, you can still call Noni’s Sherwood Grille, Sherwood Forest Coney Island. Al-Koni has been a staple in the Sherwood Forest neighborhood for years.

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20601 Eight Mile Road, Detroit; 313-533-0353

We may not know who the T or the J are, but we do know that their coney is open 24 hours and is great for late-night cravings.
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19100 Hill Road, Detroit; 313-891-5222; lousconeyisland.com

Lou’s is one of the few Coney Islands that has a full menu listed online, keep in mind that this is a sign that it is well worth a visit.

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30 12250 Dix Hwy., Southgate; 734-250-8159; www.kekosconeyisland.com

Coney Island down the river offers online ordering so you can easily get your own Coney Island solution.

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14350 Harper Ave., Detroit; 313-821-8214

Olympia may have been the home of the ancient Greek Olympics but no games have been played when it comes to the food served on the East Side of Coney.

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22935 Van Dyck Ave., Warren; 586-759-0770

Called Sunrise Coney Island for a reason, this coney closes earlier than most – usually by 4pm – but that doesn’t mean it will stay on the menu.

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1700 E. McNichols Rd., Detroit; 313-892-5552

Some people might think of LA as palm trees and Hollywood stars, well, this LA is cosmic dogs and french fries.

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20804 Plymouth Rd., Detroit; 313-272-8941

Yes, Marie has a small lamb, but she also serves up an adorable cosmic dog.

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12701 Seven Mile Road, Detroit; 313-521-3064

There is a chance that you will hit Rupert Street and the line will be wound around the building – it is an opportunity well worth the adventure.

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13000 E. Warren Ave. , Detroit; 313-469-7255; toney-island.business.site

Detroit rapper Tone Tone opened Toney Island in March of this year, so it’s pretty new. It’s home to “Waddupdoe Burger” in reference to the classic Detroit salute and song Tone in the early 2000s.

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Multiple locations

This 24 hour cosmic island has locations in both east and west, so there shouldn’t be any problem fixing cosmic.

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37246 Dequindre Rd. , Sterling Heights; 586-795-1700; jimmysconey.com

JImmy’s Coney Grill features the perfect combination of pita bread and gyros. No, there is actually a diagram on their website.
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9951 Gratiot Ave., Detroit; 313-925-3440; facebook.com/HollywoodConeyIsland

The best Hollywood movies are not in California, but they are located near the intersection of Gratiot and Harper Ave.

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Multiple locations

Nicky D’s is not to be confused with the Golden Arches, they are slightly different from the other Coney Islands. Not only do they sell all the Coney Island classics, but they only serve chili-cheese fries on top of French fries.

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9500 Greenfield Road, Detroit; 313-836-1081

Westside Coney is one of those rare types of cony that doesn’t take 24 hours, but don’t worry, Omega opens at 6 a.m. in time for breakfast.

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14505 E. Warren Ave. , Detroit; 313-882-4700

This East Side being this might sound familiar, if you’ve ever watched the classic Detroit video “It’s Too Cold at D”, you’ve seen a glimpse of this place. Don’t worry, even if the D is cold, the food isn’t.

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3433 Woodward Ave. , Detroit; 313-832-7380

Almost everyone in Detroit has a Coney Island story in Detroit One. It was Woodward Ave. coney This is a favorite place for many after a long night in downtown Detroit.

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13635 W. McNichols Rd. , Detroit; 313-342-6516

Yes, there are several L. George locations throughout Detroit that serve great food, but it’s just something special about the location in W. McNichols. Just remember to pack your patience, because this cosmic island has no slow time.

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