The tinting on the windows always makes it look like they are closed, but yes they are open. The food is typical coney island food, but with an extensive menu list. I'm a little wary of places with so many items... because it's hard to keep all the ingredients fresh if you have that many menu choices in a restaurant that isn't very busy.
I ordered two coneys, one Detroit style, one Flint style and both were good. If you keep to the most common coney-style items, you are more likely to get a fresh dish.
The restaurant building is newer, but one interesting thing... the occupancy maximum as set by the fire marshall is only 32 people, and there is seating (if you count 4 per booth) for more people than that. I wouldn't worry too much about it, the dining space isn't ever overcrowded. I just thought it was a little odd.
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