Coney Shack Expands Outside NYC to Philly | Philadelphia Caller

Philadelphia, PA - Coney Shack expands outside of New York City with the debut of their first out of market concept right here in Philadelphia. Chef, partner, and founder Lawrence Mach teams up with Michael Tang of SET NoLibs to grand open Coney Shack at 3818 Chestnut Street this Friday, July 9th, at 11:00 am.

Coney Shack started as a food cart in a parking lot of Coney Island back in 2013 and graduated to a food truck, a brick and mortar, and a Times Square storage container pod-kitchen serving thousands of New Yorkers every week.

CONEY SHACK BRINGS TASTE OF CONEY ISLAND WITH A SOUTHEAST ASIAN TWIST TO PHILADELPHIA

Coney Shack combines Mexican and American street food favorites with a Southeast Asian twist that comes from family recipes passed down when his family moved to American from Vietnam. The menu includes unique tacos, hot dogs, quesadillas, wings, bowls, burritos, fish and chips, waffle fries, seasonal teas and drinks, and more.

Coney Shack was named best restaurant in Brooklyn, and Mach earned the honors of Rookie of the Year in the Vendy Awards. Coney Shack hours will be Monday to Sunday, 11:00 am to 10:00 pm. Starting service for the BYO includes dine-in, indoor dining, outdoor dining, takeout, and delivery. Delivery is available on GrubHub now and on Uber Eats, Postmates, Caviar, and Doordash starting next week. For more information, visit eatconeyshack.com, call (215) 774-1018 and follow @coneyshackuc

Source: PhillyBite Magazine - Coney Shack Opening in Philly

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