I found a place I didn't know about. Captain Paul's Firehouse Dogs. It's in Lawrenceville, NJ.
I normally drive down to Halo Farms to get milk it's only $1.14 per half gallon and the drinks like iced tea, lemonade, fruit punch, grape aid, orange aid, and grape aid are .79 cents half gallon or 3 or $1.99. The ice cream is 3 pints for $4 I believe. They make it all fresh.
Anyway, back to the dogs.. I was looking for some alternate routes to get there and avoid route 1 traffic and came across Paul's.
The building is very nice.. has a few tables outside, which I loved on the nice summer day, and a few stools inside. The inside is tiny.
He serves up ice cream, dogs, drinks, funnel cake sticks, and some other stuff.
The dogs themselves are nothing special.. seems like a regular boiled dog.. not as long as a Sabratt's. The chili was good, though. They have two kinds of chili which I was unaware of. Regular chili and Italian Chili. The Italian has a little zing to it and has potatoes and onions and peppers in it I believe.
Neither chili is as good as a "Texas Weiner", but they were both decent. The Italian Chili wins out of the two due to it's uniqueness and the zing.
They serve the dogs with your choice of three mustards.. [class="size10 helvetica10"]Boar's Head, Gulden's or Honey Mustard.. oh and yellow.. four. The Boar's Head is the spicy one.
The owner is very friendly. He's been open over a year now.
My only suggestion would be to either fry or grill the dogs so they get that "snap".
Here's his website:
If you're reading the menu, I've had The Chief and Third Alarm before. My Girlfriend The General. Somehow she was expecting to get a hot dog.. I laughed. It clearly states buffalo chicken. She enjoyed it a lot.