I also remember Jimmies of Savin Rock – but TODAY I would have to vote for GLENWOOD in Hamden. It’s the BEST.
I really miss places like Jimmies and I wish someone would build an establishment that brings back the same ambiance. I also miss 57 Chevy convertibles… If GM and Jimmies could rebuild the same thing today as new… I think there would be a lot of takers. Just my 2 cents.
Poochies in Skokie made (makes?) a fine Chicago-style dog
Rats, I always forget Max’s is seasonal. I’ve been out of Jersey too long. Oh, well, guess I’ll just have to settle for Federici’s pizza!
Hot rods is at 2113 rte 31 Glen Gardner nj
Any one ever here of Hot Rods ??? Muchie dogs Yuk [:o)]
On rte 31 in hampton nj theres Hot rods steamed dogs no flavor I have no idea what off brand they are ?? I tasted bone chips twice he bottles his own relish
my name is jules and I think the best dogs are in NJ,in Oxford nj on rte31 theres Johnny O’s deep fried thumans w/ the works But it hasen’t been open for 4 months ???????, they have beer lic. great combination
Just remember that Momma Max has probably not opened up for the season yet. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. You could always stop at the Windmill. They are just as good as Max, in my opinion. If I had to choose one it would be Rutts Hutt. Love those deep fried dogs.
Max’s in Long Branch, NJ. A big ol’ Schickhaus griddle frank with mustard and ketchup. I’m going back to Jersey this weekend to see family and friends, but I think I need to make a stop first … [;)]
Camp Washington Chili in Cincinnati for Coney Islands with heavy onions.
Only one place…that would have to be Don & Bob’s in Rochester. Zweigle’s Texas (red) and White Hots are the key. Rochester area only, so far. Luckily, my daughter goes to Univ. of Rochester, and brings me about 10 packages from Wegman’s when she visits. Don & Bob’s is a little upscale now, at least the one on Monroe, but the Hots are just as good.
Heid’s of Liverpool (NY).
One of the oldest continuous running hot dog stands and true fast food joints in America. (since 1883). MY absolute favorite and must stop when visiting relatives in the ‘cuse.
Three cheers for sonjaab…I second the vote for Heids. Even though I moved away from Syracuse when I was 3, I always have to go back to Heids when visiting relatives. Life is incomplete without a cooney (or two) and Byrne dairy chocolate milk……Mike
Ted’s in Buffalo, NY for a well burned dog with kraut, fries with vinegar and bug juice (loganberry) to drink.
Otto"s Sausage Kitchen in Portland, Oregon is my favorite.
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