Honestly the thrill of going to Coney Island and eating somewhere so "historical" is often times more exciting than the food itself in my opinion. The "chilli" that comes on top of the hot dogs has changed throughout the years to now consist of a very watery liquid that instantly soaks the bottom of the bun and leaves a greasy film on the plate. What happened to the thicker chill I wonder? The staff are always really rushed as they don't have the room to hire and employ a great number of staff at one time, but they are nice. I believe that since the hot dogs are very inexpensive they are able to get away with the watery "chilli" sauce on the hot dogs. I would suggest going here once just to see what it is like, but ultimately I can make better (and kosher) hot dogs at home, make my own chilli sauce, and have a much better time. Parking is a nightmare there if you go around a busy time as their back parking lot can only hold maybe 10-15 cars at the most.