Memorable | One of the Best
Heid’s hot dogs
Review by: Michael Stern
Heid’s hot dogs has been around over 100 years and as long as any living human can remember, hot dogs have been its claim to fame. For a while there were branches of the original, but today only this one remains: a fast-food dog house with some tables inside and picnic tables outdoors under a tent.
What should I eat at Heidi’s hot dogs?
The menu is totally wienercentric. Hofman brand franks (since 1879) made of beef, pork and veal in Syracuse are quickly grilled, a process you can watch after placing your order. They are handsome sausages with a delicate casing and plump, muscular insides. In the old days the one and only available condiment was mustard. But since John and Randall Parker started running Heid’s back in 1995, the topping choices have expanded to include chili, onions and ketchup.
The beverage list is a short one, including milk shakes, sodas, beer and chocolate milk.
Directions & Hours
|Meals Served||Lunch, Dinner|
|Credit Cards Accepted||No|