It’s basically a bar that serves food – the signage isn’t great – but it’s on the corner – so if you think you’re in the general area and you see a bar on the corner – that’s it. They have a pretty interesting beer menu as well.
Here’s the food menu – the sheets and pencils are on the tables and you just mark what you want and hand it to the very friendly bartender! There are some pre-selected dog choices or you can make your own. On the side you can have Husman’s chips or a salad.
They also have a few other options on the back of the menu and their specials. We happened to be there on Dog-N-Draft night and that was pretty popular among the other patrons.
You get a number too – it was kinda funny to get a number since when we ordered – we were the only people there. But #10 we were!
I went for the Chicago dog ($6) and it came with tomato, onion, spicy mustard, sweet green relish, sport peppers and celery salt. This was a really good dog – the bun might have been the most stand-out item. It was thick hearty bread – crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. The best part about the bun – IT WAS SALTED!!!! Turns out it’s a house-made pretzel bun – I was definitely in love with that.
With the bun’s firmness – it was a bit difficult at times to really get a bite of all the stuff and bun. That’s the way it is at times with big hot dogs – but it was good.
I got the salad with lemon dijon dressing. It was nice – no iceberg lettuce and the lemon dijon was very tart. I’m not much for potato chips so I would definitely go for the salad.
Jen went with a create-your-own dog – obviously there’s cheese and mustard – but not sure what else. She really liked it as well. She’s a tiny little thing but she finished her dog as well.
Since our dogs were free – I wanted to try one of the sides. We went for the Mac-N-Cheese ($4) topped with the pretzel bun crumbs.
Why Should You Go? The hot dogs are really good and if you like beer – they have some interesting selections. And I’m all over those pretzel buns – wish I could buy those in the store!