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Chitaku
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Anyone else think Duly's Coney Island in Southwest is the best place in town?
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Cops go there.
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Chitaku
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Cops go everywhere
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Motown Coney. Jefferson and Chene.

super d(motordetroit)
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Motown Coney is a 100% certified un-heart smart (dump). The food is so unhealthy, it's gonna take 5 years off your life. Every morning I drive by and see all those Federal Marshals and DPD having breakfast...these people have every reason in the world to take better care of themselves.
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Chitaku
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Yeah Duly's is number one! don't buy into the American Coney propaganda!
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Duly dogs= Best coney in the city.
Heavy chili, light onion, with mustard for me, please. The coneys on Lafayette get all the notoriety, but they can't touch Duly's. Holy Redeemer is across Vernor - ask any grad and you'll hear the same thing.
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Duly's- A SWD institution. Bring your own fries.
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Anyone have the pie? I hear its good
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'Eastside' stated....

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Motown Coney Island is a 100% certified un-heart smart(dump)




eeer? Yeah eggs and toast are pretty unhealthy! You tell'em 'Eastside'!

"The day the nuts fell out, and nobody pick them up."
dr.keep'n it real

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Eastside
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Heart disease is the number one killer of african american males...so, um...enjoy your breakfast.
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Healthy and coney do not belong belong together. Coneys are delicious.
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HRHS class of '65........Duly's rules
2 loose, heavy chili & onions, chips and
Diet Coke, any time of day or night.
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YES, Duly's is the best.

1 loose, 1 chili-cheeseburger is my fav.

They also have great breakfast!
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Chitaku
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For some reason they have the best Chicken Pita Ive ever had. I dont know what they do but they do it right.
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Odd, I JUST found a Detroit News or Free Press clipping in my mother's lifelong collection of stuff that showed Dulys with a reflection of Holy Redeemer in the window.

Some of my earliest childhood memories leap from the dusty recesses of my noggin every time I think of Dulys.


Both of my parents and ALL of my aunts and uncles were Holy Redeemer grads...I'd bet, Homer, that you were within a year or so of a few Gannon's and Baranski's.


That said, I haven't been INTO Dulys for years...I'll have to bump it well into the favorite rotation again.


Ain't nothin' quite like a couple loose burgers soaked with ketchup that sends me back to the past. Talk about your comfort food...

A few weeks ago my cousin slipped away from his step-father's extended wake in Corktown...we all thought he'd gone up to bed...he came in beaming out his story that the fellows at Dulys actually remembered him from when Jim and Ann (his parents) owned the bar across Vernor Hwy.


We all had a good laugh, then pummeled him for NOT asking us if we wanted anything...
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Nice story, when I bring rookies to Duly's I always point out the photo of Robert Duval eating at the counter.
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Gimme two on one, onions, mustard, chips, no fries, Vernors, pieca apple-a-pie.

Now that's a meal, jjaba.
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Duly's has fries now. Times keep changing. They are very proud that they have fries.
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That's not a photo of Robert Duvall at the Duly's counter. That's Donald Sutherland, who spent some time at Holy Redeemer and Duly's during the filming of The Rosary Murders.
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Duly's is great!!!
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Chitaku
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Oh yeah I knew that, oops
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Where exactly is it located (cross roads)?
Jamming quality coney dogs down my pie hole is one of my hobbies. I like to check this place out.

By chance does anyone have a photo of Duly's?
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Chitaku
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it is in southwest on the corner of Vernor and Junction. Across from Holy Redeemer. I'm taking my girl there for dinner tonight. It's our favorite place!
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She's a lucky girl.
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"Cops go there"

Cops go where it's free or cheap. Fast service is also very important.

(Message edited by unclefrank on April 03, 2006)
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Cops go where there's
bacon
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So Duly's serves donuts and coffee?
jjaba.
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The 1987 flick, "The Rosary Murders", with Donald Sutherland and a whole bunch of Detroit cops as extras, has a tip of the hat to Duly's in the credits. Watch for it next time it's on TV.
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Duly's is great. My favorite coney spot. Good omelets too, if I remember right...
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I'm telling you, the breakfast is great. Something about the way they cook the potatoes.

I wonder if they still use Brown's Buns for the hotdogs and hamburgers. This was a little bakery a block or two down Vernor, almost to Ferdinand.

I went to Western High with the guy who owns it now. A great guy, very friendly. The guys that work there always make you feel at home.
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Chitaku
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any one know how long its been open?
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Chitaku
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Oh yeah Jack White is an extra in Rosary Murders
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Gannon
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quote:

it is in southwest on the corner of Vernor and Junction. Across from Holy Redeemer. I'm taking my girl there for dinner tonight. It's our favorite place!




Actually, Dulys in on the northeast corner of Vernor and Junction...on the north side of Vernor 'just' east of Junction.

You've got to get that compass calibrated, Chitaku!
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Ray1936
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Um....I think he intended to say "It is in southwest Detroit"....he just left that last word out. His compass is okay, but his syntax got a little goofy.
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Gannon
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Got me Ray, I read the whole statement again after your post and realized I had lumped it all together in my punkin' head!

Heh.

So goes the inaccuracies of interpersonal communication...
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Ray1936
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Hey...let he without errors cast the first hyphen, or something like that.........:-)
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Gannon
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I just wanted those outside the loop to be able to find those yummie Dulys' treats!!
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Did anybody notice mention of Duly's in the Metrotimes restaurant listings this week?
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Chitaku
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No but i would be interested to see it.
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Page 24. Pretty funny, I thought.
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Chitaku
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check this out ha...... http://www.myspace.com/dulys
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Had lunch there yesterday. Haven't been in awhile, was great to see fries on the menu.
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Jjaba
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Does Duly's exude that Lafayette/American Coney Island feel with the Yeminites yelling orders in code and the customers barking back in another code?

Gimme two on one, mustard, onions lite, chips, no fries, Vernors. Pie, apple, after.

jjaba, ordering at a downtown Coney Island.
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Chitaku
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Dulys is boss of all!
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demo (god bless) standing on a chair, pouring milk into a glass sitting on your head?
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How big is Duly's? It looks pretty small based on the picture.

I still plan on trying Duly's. This Saturday me and my family will be eating Comerica Park hot dogs (Go Tigers, stay plus .500), so probably the following weekend we'll hit Duly's.
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Chitaku
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it's small and charming
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Jjaba, get thouself to Duly's!

Lafayette Coney is not even close. Don't forget that its near the intersection of Lover's Lane (Junction) and Dix (W. Vernor).

Next time I go, it'll be a coney with light onions, mustard and hot sauce and a loose burger.
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Chitaku
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the worst/best thing about Dulys is those great donuts starring at you while you shove your face with food. It's like you have to have one! Also Duly's has been there for 80 years, anyone have old pics?
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Chitaku
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aw man yesterday i smoked a fatty and had heavy chilli heavy onions, still high from the greatness
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Chitaku
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3 cheers for Dulys!!!
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Tried Duly's for the first time the other night. They must have been having a bad nigh or something. Not very appetizing. I guess I will have to try them in the day next time.
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Give it another shot
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Chitaku
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Had the Chicken pita last night. I was wasted but it was great
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Stick with the original, Lafayette is the best!
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Chitaku
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gross
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Chitaku
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man I haven't haa duly's in a while. anyone have their dogs lately? I had a ballpark at the game and it made me want Duly's
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Chitaku, are you from SW Detroit also?
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Chitaku
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I lived on Central and Michigan for a while
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Wasn't the through traffic a problem?
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Chitaku
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Ha that was the least of our worries! Between the guy upstairs threatening us with a gun to his roomate hanging himself from the porch to the guy across the street howling at the moon to his sister the prostitute who chilled on our porch, we didn't notice traffic.
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I'd get that $5 pizza at that corner before I'd get a hot dog by HR. And again, there's that boutique on Central where I can pick up T-shirts and occasional odds-and-ends. Gimme me Salvation.

And being half Polish, there's the PLAV. However, they take in almost everybody these days...
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The Pizza at that Little Sleazers tasted like windex. Papas was pretty good though.
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Paul's (on Vernor) $5 is my usual non-frozen pizza plus a Faygo 2-liter. Pile on some extra cheese and whatever toppings are handy; then microwave it in the box until the fusing point.
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For coneydogs Duly's is without question the best. (not to be confused with Da Best coney island) For pizza Paul's is good, but I was a fan of the late and sorely missed Big Brutus. Yeah, I'm grew up in SWD. Glad to see Duly's get the praise it deserves.
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That's the spirit. I had 2 Coneys Thursday night, out of this world
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You're right Chitaku about Sleazers on Central tasting like Windex, I noticed that too.... Drop a post when you're going to Duly's again and maybe I'll head over there and we can have a mini-FSC meeting there...
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If we are discussing W. Vernor culinary ops, you guys should try Chicago Pizza on W. Vernor @ Lansing. They like to pull the pizza out of the oven early, so request it well done.
A few yards west of Chicago Pizza, the weekend roast chicken guys are back!...10 bucks for a whole chicken with red sauce, beans and tortillas. Get there before five unless you like a long wait.
W. Vernor. Coneys and so much more.
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thanks Lowell I needed a good pic!
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Chitaku
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Anyone have any old school Duly's pics?
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Chitaku
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It was packed out last night, but had a kickin coney after the buzz bar
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Eastside
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This is the problem with an overweight Detroit. We glorify slop.
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Chitaku
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Ha give me a break, I excercise every day, Duly's is about more than food. Duly's is tradition in the city
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Livernoisyard
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Chitaku has 30 posts already on this thread. Could it be that he walks around with a Duly's sandwich board? If not, he should.
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Chitaku
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I try to when i have time
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Livernoisyard
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31 and counting...
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Chitaku
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My goal is to keep this thread alive as long as posible. Duly's will live on! Mwahahahah!

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Detrola
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It has been almost a year since my last Duly dog. This would have been unthinkable when I was a student at Holy Redeemer some 20 years ago.
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Kathleen
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After a recent tour of Holy Redeemer Church and the mention in this thread, I finally rented "The Rosary Murders" so that I could see the church and other local sights. Maybe I should have re-read the book before seeing the movie (I've got all of Kienzle's books), because it was not what I expected in the way of storytelling and production values. But it was nice to see the Detroit sights and to pick out familiar faces among the cast and a couple of extras given that this movie is almost 20 years old. I did catch the scene at Duly's...will have to check it out sometime.
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Pacypacy_
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Used to be a good one on Van Dyke near Harper around the corner and across the street from the old Eastown Theater, I think it was near the old Leyton's womens wear shoppe. Don't remember the name, my mom used to call it "greasy spoons", as kid I thought it really was the name. Great dogs there!
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Chitaku
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Jack White is in Rosary Murders
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Kathleen
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Wish I had known that...I see that, according to the Internet Movie Database, he played an altar boy.
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Chitaku
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IS Holy Redeemer as nice as Blessed Sacrement on Woodward by Boston Edison?

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