Nathan’s celebrates National Hot Dog Day with 5-cent dogs
Nathan’s Famous is pulling out all the stops on Saturday, July 23, as it celebrates National Hot Dog Day at 11150 S. Cleveland Ave., Suite 100 in Fort Myers.
On National Hot Dog Day, guests of Nathan’s Fort Myers can enjoy a special offer of a 5-cent hot dog when guests buy one at the regular price. This offer is limited to a total of 24 hot dogs per person. WINK 96.9 will be on hand from noon until 2 p.m., broadcasting live from the celebration.
For more information, visit the store, call 277-5600 or visit NathansFamousFortMyers.com.
About Nathan’s Fort Myers
The original Nathan’s was founded in 1916 by Polish immigrant Nathan Handwerker on Coney Island. The second Nathan’s Famous opened in Oceanside, NY, in 1955. Growing up just down the block from this landmark, Ray Masciana became a lifelong fan, which years later inspired him to bring Nathan’s to Southwest Florida, where he now resides. The Page Field Center location is Nathan’s first standalone restaurant in Florida. Its hangar-style architecture pays homage to Page Field Air Park, located directly across U.S. 41 in Fort Myers.
The restaurant houses a Yankee Clipper airplane with a 30-foot wingspan, that hangs from the roof joists and is suspended over the tables. Even its drive-through is innovative, featuring a video ordering system in which customers can see the person taking their orders. Nathan’s offers something for every palate, with Nathan’s Famous hot dogs of all kinds, chicken sandwiches, burgers, fries, Philly cheesesteaks and much more.