[Homeroast] Off-list Question: Restaurants on the Ave
sandraandina at mac.com
Sun Jan 31 22:54:44 CST 2010
It was called (aptly enough) "The Frankfurter" (not to be confused with the geeky guy who sold hot dogs in the stands during home games at Husky Stadium). I think (except for Matzo Mamma in Montlake) it may have been the only place to get a kosher dog with natural casing. The kielbasa WAS awesome, wasn't it? I think, though, that it was north of NE 42 and may even have been up north of the bookstore bet. 45tth & 47th near Bartell's and Nordstrom. (On some days they had venison dogs--never tasted one again till years later at some stand just n. of Milwaukee on I-94).
Come to Chicago on a Thurs, Fri or Sat and we'll go to Hot Doug's in Ravenswood Manor for a venison dog with duck fat fries.......and then I'll pull you an Espresso Allegro (from Dave Olsen's recipe).
On Jan 31, 2010, at 10:21 PM, Bob Hazen wrote:
> Hi Sandy,
> I hope you don't mind an off-list email. I can't imagine the list would be interested in this. Recall that you and I have discussed bits from the UW back in the 70's? I know you spent a fair amount of time there, and probably have a better memory than I do.
> For the life of me, I can't recall the name of the hot dog restuarant on the west side of the Ave down at the southern end. I have had a hankering for a good dog and I can still tast the Kielbasa they had. Unfortunately out here in the sticks, hot dogs at the local star are Oscar Myer. (Fish=> fishsticks; but that's another matter alltogether.)
> I'm on a search for a good dog. So I'm writing to you knowing you probably remember the place I remember (minus the name).
> Can you jar my synapses?
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