Sunday, November 23, 2008

Chicago Hot Dogs In Phoenix Arizona? YEP

Well the answer is a big Yes.... Don Guido's in Phoenix Arizona

Today I had the opportunity to have a Chicago Hot dog from this new place here in town, First was the great people who work here, Feel like your at home in Chi-Town.
Then they served us these works of art,or what you would think a masterpiece would look like when you long for that taste of a real Chicago dog, It was truly a diamond in the rough with everything from the glow in the dark relish, as only found in Chicago, All the way to the fresh pickle spear and that dash of celery salt to make this one mouthwatering bite of pleasure. They also carry some of Chicago's other favorites from Polish,Fire dogs and of course Chicago style Beef Sandwiches. And they also carry uncooked family packs for those wanting to bring this wonderful dog home or to what ever event you might like to share such a wonder.

Don Guido's Chicago Style Hot Dogs
8911 North Central Ave


Closed Sunday

Wednesday, November 5, 2008

Tasty Dog

701 Lake Street
Oak Park, Illinois 60302
Phone: (708) 383-2645

Rated One of Top Ten
Hot Dogs in America!

Re-connect with suburban youth at this Oak Park mainstay, where everything on the menu costs less than a fiver. Hot dogs, cheeseburgers and gyros are among the offerings here, served up in a hurry by the efficient staff behind the counter. The large, clean dining room even includes counter seating for solo dining and six outdoor tables for those who want to commune with nature (or traffic). With so many more sophisticated dining options in Oak Park, Tasty Dog's clientele skews more towards cash-strapped high school students, but the place is so popular that the city's threat to close it in 2001 sparked emotional demonstrations and a petition. Relocated across the street to make way for new development, Tasty Dog's new digs are bright and spacious. If you still feel the need for a little culture with your meal, take a look at the old photos on the walls for a quick lesson in Oak Park history.