Top 5 best coney island restaurants in Detroit

Published On: Nov 14 2012 11:55:59 AM EST
Updated On: Nov 14 2012 12:00:15 PM EST
Romira's Coney Island

Romira's Coney Island

Voters have chosen their top five best coney islands in Detroit in our 2012 Vote 4 The Best contest.

If you're looking for the best coney dog in Detroit, there are plenty of restaurants offering some of the best food around.

Voters have chosen their top five best coney islands in the Detroit area.

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5) Mark's Midtown Coney Island

Beginning the countdown to the best coney island in Detroit is Mark's Midtown Coney Island.  The coney island says it serves breakfast anytime, offers Greek salads and has many items on its menu to choose from.

Mark's Midtown Coney Island

With three locations across Metro Detroit, voters have recommended the coney island for its "awesome food, awesome staff and awesome atmosphere."

"We’ve been eating here at least once a week for nearly twenty years," says Corinne on our Vote 4 The Best contest page. "The food is good, the prices are right, and the workers feel like family."

For directions to all three locations to Mark's Midtown Coney Island, click here.

4) Wild Coney and Grill

Next on the list is Wild Coney & Grill, located in Southgate, Michigan.  The coney island says it's different because it offers unique and delicious food that meets the highest standards of quality.

While combining both modern-creative and traditional styles, Wild Coney & Grill says it provides fast courtesy service that is above and beyond normal expectations.

"The best and quickest food downriver," said Kathy. "My favorite place to eat."

Click here to learn more and for directions to Wild Coney and Grill.

3) Canton Coney Island

Canton Coney Island Ranking third on the list of best coney islands in Detroit is Canton Coney Island.  Since it began operating over 27 years ago, the coney island says they offer the largest buffet in the area, which includes seafood, Greek food, sandwiches and salads.

"I think Canton Coney Island should be number one in town," said T.J. "They have the best chili cheese fries."

Curious to see what others have said about Canton Coney Island? Click here to read more recommendations and for directions.

2) Family Treat

Coming in second on the list of best coney islands in Detroit is Family Treat.   Located on Springwells Street in southwest Detroit, Family Treat says it offers the best footlong in town.

Karen, who voted in this year's contest, agrees adding that the chili cheese fries are also delicious.

"I have gone here since I was a child and now my children love it," said Karen. "This is a fantastic treat for your family."

To learn more and for directions to Family Treat, click here.

View the next page to see what topped the list of best Detroit coney islands.

1) Romira's Coney Island

Romira's Coney Island Topping the list of best coney islands in Detroit is Romira's Coney Island.  Whether it's coney dogs, pita wraps, homemade soups or pasta dinners, the coney island says they use only the best and freshest ingredients.

Located in Troy, Michigan, those that voted Romira's Coney Island as the best coney island crave their gyros, soups, and farmer's omelet.

"Ate there for the first time and really liked the food," said Pennie. "Have to say the place was very clean."

"Love their home made corned beef hash with eggs," said Frans.

Need directions to Romira's Coney Island?  Click here.

Click to view the complete list of best coney islands in Detroit.

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