Didn't have much time today and Ocean County has many roadside vendors. I believe that we have in ocean county, a Hotdogger Bermuda Triangle. If the center of the triangle was Route 70 and Cedar Bridge Avenue you have possibly 7 vendors. On Cedar Bridge going towards Lakewood you have Hooleys Hot Dogs. Down the road you have Mickey's I and Mickey's II. On Route 70 you have Five Guys, then on Route 549 near Cedar Bridge I was told there are 2 pushcarts across from each other. Next is Cedar Bridge going toward Point Pleasant you have Frankie's Franks near corner of Old Hooper Ave and Cedar Bridge Avenue. Oops forget down Old Hooper Avenue is Boardwalk Hot Dogs.
You have to remember this isn't a town where you walk to where you to go. You have to drive when ever you need to go anywhere.
I only had time for Hooley's Hot Dogs today. Had 2 with chili and dark mustard. Their Hot Dog Chili is homemade with a Sabrett Hot Dog and a fresh bun.
Down the road on Cedar Bridge Avenue from route 70 you have Mickey's I, they are known for their hot onion sauce Sabrett Hot Dog and homemade chili.
Further down the road make a left on New Hampshire to the corner of Pine Street you have Mickey's II known for his unique Italian Hot Dog and Philly Cheese Steak.
If we go back to Route 70 you have Five Guys - Habitat Plaza - 588 Route 70. They have a good quality hot dog but seems their main concern is their hamburgers.
On Route 549 Hooper Avenue I've heard there are 2 pushcart vendors. I was late today, at 3pm they were gone. I believe one was call Sue's Hot Dogs. If I Find any new information I post it.
Let us take Cedar Bridge Avenue near the corner of Old Hooper Avenue we have Frankie's Franks - Frankies has been at the same location for 25 years. Their Hot Dog Chili is homemade with a Sabrett Hot Dog.
The last place is Boardwalk Hot Dogs - 143 Drum Point Road Brick, NJ.
A good quality hot dog, I believe 1/4lb hot dog with a tastee chili.
Please feel free to add or correct the above.