Nathan Handwerker’s Iconic Famous Nathan’s Restaurant: Abolishment of the Mustard Bowl Due to Suspected Illicit Drugs, Warm Treatment of Employees, and Improvised Refrigeration

Nathan Handwerker, owner and founder of Famous Nathan’s in the Coney Island neighborhood of Brooklyn, United States of America, had a saying which stated, “if you make a mistake that’s one thing, but not toasting rolls is not a mistake, it’s a sin”. Handwerker was a humble person who had very little education and could barely read or write his own name, however his business acumen allowed him to open and expand one of the most successful and famous hot dog franchises of all time in the state of ...

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