Why New Yorkers Swear By Papaya King’s Hot Dog And Fruit Juice Combo | Legendary Eats

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Papaya King has cemented itself as a cheap-eat institution in NYC. But before it became a New Yorker’s go-to for hot dogs, it sold something else entirely. Insider’s Taryn Varricchio headed to Papaya King to find out why New Yorkers flock to the 80-year-old location for its hot dog and tropical drink combo.

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Why New Yorkers Swear By Papaya King’s Hot Dog And Fruit Juice Combo | Legendary Eats

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