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Gray's Papaya: Don't let the Papaya Frauds fool you!

There are two Gray's Papaya locations in New York; West Village, and the Upper East Side. There are seemingly hundreds of the Gray's rip-off "Papaya King". I beg of you not to fall for these. Because to miss Gray's, is to miss a bit of New York. I never eat hot dogs off the street..I'm terrified of poisonous ingredients such as car tire rubber, etc. But I could eat a thousand hot dogs at Gray's. It is the perfect place to go for a snack, while walking around town, and don't feel like spending too much money. Just a dollar buys you delicious little pick me up. And don't miss the juices, they are fantastic.

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voleream
Feb 09, 2006

Gray's Papaya: Hot Dogs in a Hurry

Where else can you get two hotdogs and a soda for two bucks at four in the morning? Open twenty four hours a day, this place is always busy and the hotdogs are always good. The Midtown branch is also a pretty fun people-watching spot-- tourists and commuters in the daytime, assorted 8th Avenue wanderers at night.

Favorite Dish Hot Dogs (honestly, they don't make anything else.)

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Jennyjump79
May 07, 2005

Gray's Papaya: Best franks in town

The Papaya stand is a real gem. It opened in 1972 and has served arguably the best hot dogs in town ever since. It is also very cheap: you can get two frankfurters for a dollar.
If hot dogs weren't so unhealthy, Gray's Papaya would probably land landmark status in the Upper West Side. In 1998, Nora Ephron (an upperwestsider herself) paid tribute to Gray's Papaya in a scene of You've got mail, starring Meg Ryan and Tom Hanks.
There are other Papaya stands in the city, but this is the first one.

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kenadams
Sep 14, 2004

Gray's Papaya: BEAVERS!

Erm...dunno why people go here...perhaps only due to alcohol consumption. Which is why I went there. The food is fast food crap. If you need a load of beans, then head here. And then fart a lot. It's a chain iirc so they are all over the place.

Favorite Dish Napkins and toe nail clippings.

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Dec 10, 2005
 
 
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Gray's Papaya: New York's best hot dogs

If you like hot dogs you will love this place . It is the chepeast hot dog restaurant in New York .
And if you like cinema you will feel like beeing in "Fools Rush in" movie :)

Favorite Dish Hot Dog
Piña Colada

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2090 Broadway, New York, NY 10023

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