This old dog has learned some new tricks.

The world’s first hot dog is making a comeback on Coney Island’s Surf Avenue — and giving Nathan’s Famous a run for its bun.

Exactly 150 years ago, German immigrant Charles Feltman ­invented the hot dog when he stuck a sausage inside a specially made elongated bun and called them “red hots.”

Now Coney Island historian and tour guide Michael Quinn has ­revived Feltman’s name and original recipe and brought them back to the beach. Read the rest of the Original article here