Following Anthony Bourdain to Duly’s Coney Island

By Kevin Price, Publisher and Editor in Chief of USDR

Recently I did one of my favorite activities — I visited my old stomping grounds in Detroit and the Metro area.  This time I came with an additional agenda, which was to visit some of the things Anthony Bourdain visited in 2013 in an episode of Parts Unknown.  One of the places he visited, after several recommendations from foodie friends in the area, was Duly’s Coney Island. I am a lover of great Coney dogs (my personal favorite remains the famous Lafeyette Coney Island in downtown Detroit).  But Bourdain certainly knows his stuff, so I had to check out what he experienced.  I talked about the visit on a recent Price of Business show.

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Kevin Price is Publisher and Editor in Chief of US Daily Review, and editor and columnist for several other news sites.  He is host of the nationally syndicated Price of Business show, which is one of the longest running shows of its kind.  He has won multiple awards in communications.

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