You can fool some of the people all the time….
Could be both. Not likely but possible.
There’s always a snag.
And the dogs are $ 15 each. I noticed there’s no ketchup
They say it’s the new pinnacle in hot dog cuisine.
It has meat in it.
I’m gonna vote for choice B here.
Too late, they had one of these downtown last year. Do believe they’ve closed.
Wow! The “Soup Nazi” on Seinfield found a new venue!
It ain’t what you eat, it’s the way that ya chew it.
Wiley: this has got to be one of, if not THE Best Pun-ners you’ve ever dreamed up.
Nobody eats there anymore. It’s too crowded.
Meat onna stick.
No franks for you!
Marketing. People will believe anything if you sell it correctly.
It’s called snob-appeal: a time honored advertising technique. It never worked with me. If I’m not good enough for their product, I don’t need it.
all beef hot dogs huh. cow lips and assholes are considered all beef…
And THIS is how we ended up with the chicken-s#!* wiener in the White House…selling stupid people something disgusting by giving it a fancy name and a thick layer of hogwash.
This is just a variation of the now closed Hot Doug’s in Chicago. People would wait for hours in line to get in to this hole in the wall hot dog joint. Apparently frying your fries duck fat draws in the foodies. There’s a PBS documentary on the place, that’s how weird it was, considering there are over 3000 hot dog joints in Chicago, all serving the same couple of brands of beef hot dogs.
Reminds me of much of social media. So many people seeking recognition and satisfied to receive it from people they will never meet or come to know. Yet they call them friends. And they will allow these same people to destroy their sense of self-worth via vicious put-downs delivered for the fun of it. Pity.
Ohh, no…He’s a democRAT!!!
There’s nothing like an overboiled hot dog from your local roach wagon.
Best hotdogs I ever had were neither barbecued nor boiled. Raw dogs were place on heated rollers where they turned slowly while they cooked all the way through. Niagara College, Welland, Ontario, Canada in the 1980s.
No hot dogs for you!
Some people join lines; others don’t.
Either way, he still sells them “a la cart”…
My doctor opened a hot dog stand?
Give it a fancy name, a high price and hindered access and quintuple your profits.
They sin’t kosher.
Ate dog in Vietnam not bad at all
Give me a Nathans hot dog (to two) grilled on the flat top and served on a toasted hotdog bun. A dollop of mustard is all that’s required as a garnish.
This bears repeating #ketchupisforheathens #catsupisforheathens
Best “cart” dog I ever had was in Kansas City in front of the Federal Bldg. The vender smoked his own brats and his wife baked the rolls from scratch. They got so popular that the line went across the front of the building some days. Made for a pretty nice lunch when I was stationed there.
Be ready for the extravagant prices to go with it.
There’s a Pretentious Idiot born every minute.
Hate to break it to y’all, but THIS IS REAL.
I’ve eaten there. Better than most, but still……..
I’ve actually visited some stands, in the SF Financial District, that were very much like that.