I’ve been here a few times now, most recently because of a coupon for a free dawg sent out via snail mail, and I’m a fan. I should start by saying I’m an all around fan of hot dogs. From the late night corner street-vendor to the big box Costco brand — the Costco Polish dog being one of my favorites, just because you get so much for your dollar fifty. It’s a deal and a half! You can’t go wrong with a hot dog.
Located on 20th between “L” and Capitol streets, it’s sitting in prime walking space for most of midtown’s daytime busy bodies looking for a deliciously quick meal. Service is fast, and seating is aplenty with a large outdoor patio that has just enough shade and sun to keep comfortable. Setting and atmosphere aside, I’m not sitting down to eat because of the decorative memorabilia on the wall. No. I want a hot dog, and that’s what you get. Keep it simple, and give me some spicy mustard and sour kraut. I’m hooked and sold.
The menu offers more than twenty ways to prepare a dog, so it can take a minute to read through the list and figure out what you’re craving. The real problem being that once you decide, you might keep reading and find that you fancy another type, and now you have a real choice to make. I’ve so far enjoyed the self named Capitol Dawg, the Midtown Dawg, and the Hotlink. I still have a bunch more to try. I’m very curious about the Sacramento Dawg which sports guacamole, sour cream, and salsa. (On a hot dog?! I know. But you have to be adventurous when it comes to food.)
I have to say it’s a solid 3.75 out of 4. Good times.