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Kitchen: The New Yorker from Frankie’s Dawg House

Frankie’s Dawg House is a historic little eatery in the Capital City. Now, under new management, it seems the little hot dog place that could is back on the upswing and ready to take on the challenges that come with a restaurant of this size.
It may be a small place, but it’s certainly big on flavor. And, unlike most other “gourmet” hot dog places, Frankie’s puts way more emphasis on the quality of the dog than on the toppings. This return to core values is a change to be cherished; too many places will load your dog up with everything in the kitchen until you can’t taste it anymore or even eat it with your hands. Keeping first things first is what makes Frankie’s so special.
They’re on the larger side, which checks out just fine with me. The buttery toasted bun handles the dog with ease, so no need for the dreaded fork and knife combo. Eating a hot dog with your hands is the way God intended, so that’s how we want to do it. Frankie’s is happy to oblige.
All in all, sometimes the classics are a classic for a reason. These dogs are juicy, have just the right amount of pop, taste freshly grilled and go great with the incredible amount of toppings combos that Frankie’s offers.
Hot dogs are an American classic. For retro week, indulge in one of America’s greatest pastimes: the hot dog


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