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When growing up in Cumberland these hot dogs were like the first solid food we had when we came off the bottle. I have been eating them for over 50 years. Every trip back to Cumberland this is the absolute one stop we have to...More
Don't get me wrong, the dogs are great. The fries are HOT (375 degrees). The home-made vanilla soda is terrific. But the real charm of this place is Gino. Tattooed from head to toe (including the Shenandoah University Hornet mascot), Gino's stories (and sometimes language)...More
Curtis, Coney Island Hot Dogs is a Cumberland tradition dating back to 1918, owned and operated by the Giatras family, with Gino the current proprietor. The hot dogs have delighted thousands of people over the years and traditionally come "WITH" mustard, sauce and onions on...More
I like chili dogs and reading about and seeing this place I had to eat one of their dogs. I ordered a dog with sauce and onions and a soda and it came out quick. He said they are small but I only wanted a...More
My wife grew up in Cumberland, MD and frequently ate at Curtis’ as a child and young adult. After 12 years of marriage, I finally made it there to eat a couple myself. Wound up bringing some home.
I got two sweats with sauce. Basically,...More
Had their special known for dogs with mustard, sauce and onions (6) two medium drinks, one small, one small fry for a total of $18.00. Place is 100 yrs old, memorabilia on the walls, great staff and we would stop again. Please if you can...More
We had planned to eat an early dinner before heading to Frostburg for a concert but the sign for Curtis since 1918 lured us in from of walking tour of Cumberland's Baltimore Street.
The place has an extensive menu but we sat at the counter...More