Service: Order at the counter… nothing spectacular, but they were nice and fast.
Chicago Dog | with mustard, relish, diced tomatoes, chopped onions, pickle spear, sport peppers and a dash of celery salt on a poppy seed bun $ 2.99
Maxwell St. Polish Char Grilled | with mustard, grilled onions and sport peppers on a poppy seed bun $ 3.99
Combo Sausage & Italian Beef | with sweet or hot peppers on french bread $ 4.99
Italian Sausage Char Grilled | with sweet or hot peppers on french bread $ 3.99
Fries | small order, krinkle-cut with cheese $ 2.29
I really enjoyed the vibe here and the food was reeeeal tasty. Fries were crunchy, dogs juicy, buns soft, and toppings plentiful. Jay spent the entire drive home just raving about the size and crispness of the pickle on his Chicago dog. I believe the words were, “sometimes they’re tiny, limp pickles, but that was one fucking thick ass awesome fucking crunchy kosher dill covered in celery salt.” Pardon his French.
Kudos: Blues! Gluten-free options. And I noticed two homemade dressings available, but I wasn’t exactly in the salad eating mood after reading the menu. I should have ordered some for the fries…
Overall: Cheap, quick, satisfying. I don’t often crave sausages or hot dogs, but now that I know where the goods are, I bet I will.
8320 N Michigan