Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Hot Dog of the Week: Boz Hot Dogs

S-U-C-C-E-S-S, that's the way we spell success.

Having 16 locations throughout the Southern suburbs of Chicago and Northwest Indiana means you have success.

Boz Hot Dogs offers the traditional hot dog as well bratwurst, sausage and footlongs. Here is something that I have never seen or heard of in a restaurant, they offer Hostess cupcakes on the dessert menu.

Take a look at Boz and try one or all sixteen locations

Saturday, January 15, 2011

Hot Dog of the Week: Hot Dog Diner

'Moon over Parma I'll bring my love to you tonight'...the original musical lyrics to the opening of the Drew Carey Show, circa 1995, may be the only pop culture reference to the little town just South of Cleveland.

At the Hot Dog Diner they have renamed many dogs that have been made famous in Chicago, West Virginia, North Carolina and New York. And judging by the array of hot dogs they offer, they have made a few new adaptations as well.

Their hot dogs are specially made by a butcher and they even make some of their own sauces and toppings which include cole slaw to adorn the tops of a slaw dog or hillbilly dog.

Not in the mood for a hot dog? First off shame on you, but try a fresh made hamburger or a plate of fries that are hand cut and made all day long.

Check out why the Hot Dog Diner is a very good choice to have a meal.

Friday, January 7, 2011

Hot Dog of the Week: Jack's Cosmic Dogs

For those of you who read this blog regularly, you know how my infatuation with hot dogs started.

For those of you who do not know how it started, simply read about it on the far right column of this blog.

The founder of Jack's Cosmic Dogs founded his hot dog stand on a childhood love of hot dogs as well.

A gimmick such as the space themed restaurant will get you in the door, but the rave reviews from professional foodies will keep you coming back.

If you are ever in Charleston, SC for the historical aesthetics just fast forward hundreds of years and hit up Jack's.

Saturday, January 1, 2011

Hot Dog of the Week: Ted's Hot Dogs

Each independently owned hot dog restaurant is a bit different. There are different themes, different concoctions to top the hot dog, and different ways to prepare the hot dog.

Well at Ted's Hot Dogs they have chosen to cook their dogs the same way many of us cook a hot dog in the summertime- over a charcoal flame. Have you ever gone to a restaurant for a charcoal prepped dog? In a good charcoaled dog, you taste the smoke in the outer casing or from the beef on the inside.

Ted's has branched out to seven locations over Western New York, but the same homemade onion rings, real ice cream milk shakes, and homemade hot sauce can be ordered with your hot dog at any location.

See why Ted's has been able so stay in business and grown since 1927 by clicking HERE.