This place is located right in the middle of Eastern Avenue and if you weren't looking for it you may walk right past it. One way you can look for it is to search for a gentleman in the front...
About This Place
G&A opened its door in 1927 by Andy Farantos' grandfather. Back then, our restaurant was one of the most famous places in Baltimore to go get a hot dog (for only 15 cents) and a milkshake. Today, G&A is the home of Baltimore's best Coney Island hot dogs, Coney burgers, and so much more. G&A originates from the initials of Andy's family; Gregory and Alex Diacumacos. Andy's father, "Little Jimmy" Farantos, and his uncle, "Big Jimmy" Mexis owned the restaurant before Andy became owner.
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So after the last Diners/Drive-Ins/Dives debacle, I think I prayed the entire way to Baltimore while we were en route. God is clearly still in the prayer answering business.I was kind of...
Hot dogs are the best...Nick is cool.
After seeing this restaurant on Diners, Drive-ins and Dives my wife and I both wanted to check this place out. We ventured out on a Saturday afternoon to do some shopping and ended up there for...
I tried the two products they featured on the show: the hot dog (with chili etc.) and the Coney Island burger. Both were pretty good. Also, they crank them out VERY quickly, so if you decide you...
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