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hondoman

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florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 11:09 AM (permalink)
im visiting south florida,  in the west palm beach area and was wondering if anyone knew of any good hotdog places down here? thanks
 
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    MiamiDon

    Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 1:00 PM (permalink)
    Others have recommended Dune Dog Cafe in Jupiter.   They have opened a Dune Dog Express in Palm Beach Gardens.   I have verified that it is still open.

    Here is the  web site:  http://www.dunedog.net/index.html

    The new web site is a little buggy.  Look at the menu for the Jupiter location to get an idea what 'dogs they serve at the PBG location.
     
    http://dunedogcafe.net/Documents/DuneDogMenu1.JPG
     
     
    <message edited by MiamiDon on Thu, 03/26/09 1:34 PM>
     
    #2
      Wienie Will

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      Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 3:18 PM (permalink)
      MiamiDon
      The new web site is a little buggy...

      You ain't kiddin'!
       
      The price of their "Naked Dog" is $50.23, and here is their description of a "Naked Dog":
       
      Duis sit amet ligula. Sed augue. Etiam gravida metus nec diam. Proin ligula nunc, lacinia non, porta vel, ullamcorper...  view more 

      It's looks like a fairly picturesque cheese-dog built around a dog of above-standard girth, but...
       
      FIFTY DOLLARS AND TWENTY-THREE CENTS!
       
      I don't THINK so...
       

       
      #3
        NYPIzzaNut

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        Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 3:27 PM (permalink)
        Don't you want Hispanic chow in FL?
         
        #4
          MiamiDon

          Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 3:44 PM (permalink)
          Margarita Will: That's just garbage left in there by the programmer, or else they were hacked.  Just look at the Jupiter menu on the same site.  You can use the second link.
           
          #5
            acer2x

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            Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 3:51 PM (permalink)
            There's a Nathan's in Boyton Beach:

            141 1/2 N. Congress Ave,
            Boynton Beach,FL

            Doc's in Delray Beach is a true Roadfood type of place.

             
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              Wienie Will

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              Re:florida hotdogs Thu, 03/26/09 4:01 PM (permalink)
              MiamiDon
              That's just garbage left in there by the programmer...

              As a rule, y'probably want to do your development "off-line", then publish it once you've checked it for problems...
               
              Or not?


               
              #7
                UncleVic

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                Re:florida hotdogs Fri, 03/27/09 11:35 PM (permalink)
                I've been in WPB for about 2 months now, and yet to find a decent dog stand (or any  dog stand for that matter)..  Times like this I miss Yesterdog and the Corner Bar up in Michigan.

                 
                #8
                  Baah Ben

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                  Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 03/28/09 12:06 AM (permalink)
                  Vic - Make your own.  Publix...Boar's Head All Beef or Beef n Pork Natural Casing Hot Dogs or Nathan's Natural Casing (read the label..Fine print) Beef Hot Dogs..Best you'll find in Florida....
                   
                  #9
                    brittneal

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                    Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 03/28/09 2:07 AM (permalink)
                    I dont get it.  Is this some kind of joke?
                     
                    [The Hotdog House   The Hotdog House   [$50.23[The prices and the ret of seem a liitle to odd even for my off beat tastes.[ [$50.23[[
                    [Happy-Tizers   [ [$95.35[[ [$35.00[[
                     
                    #10
                      ptireland

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                      Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 03/28/09 2:20 AM (permalink)
                      Margarita Will


                      MiamiDon
                      The new web site is a little buggy...

                      You ain't kiddin'!
                       
                      The price of their "Naked Dog" is $50.23, and here is their description of a "Naked Dog":
                       
                      Duis sit amet ligula. Sed augue. Etiam gravida metus nec diam. Proin ligula nunc, lacinia non, porta vel, ullamcorper...  view more 

                      It's looks like a fairly picturesque cheese-dog built around a dog of above-standard girth, but...
                       
                      FIFTY DOLLARS AND TWENTY-THREE CENTS!
                       
                      I don't THINK so...
                       




                      They are rebuilding their website and using a template to do it.  The price you see is put there to be a generic place holder in whatever program they are using.  Did you notice the words are all gibberish?


                      I'll be opening a dog stand in Florida in the next month or two.  If you make it to Orlando, I hope you stop by. 

                      I'm calling it Dante's Devil Dogs because I want to compete with the "Hot Dog Heaven" chain and because it's fun to have a cute lil' devil mascot.  :)

                      I'm still working on my mascot, but here's what I've got so far...


                       
                      #11
                        6star

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                        Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 03/28/09 2:46 AM (permalink)
                        I like your mascot!
                         
                        #12
                          ptireland

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                          Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 03/28/09 4:25 PM (permalink)
                          Thanks.  I'm gonna put him on menus, signs, keychains, t-shirts, baseball caps with plastic horns on 'em, etc. and maybe make a stuffed plush toy of him.

                          I think it will give me a chance to build strong branding for my company and maybe make me a few bucks extra selling merchandise in addition to food.
                           
                          #13
                            UncleVic

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                            Re:florida hotdogs Sun, 03/29/09 12:35 AM (permalink)
                            Baah Ben


                            Vic - Make your own.  Publix...Boar's Head All Beef or Beef n Pork Natural Casing Hot Dogs or Nathan's Natural Casing (read the label..Fine print) Beef Hot Dogs..Best you'll find in Florida....


                            Ya, pretty scary to what your limited to here...  I've made my own for years, but always enjoy visiting a shop (and escpecially sampling their chili sauce)..  Seems Nathans is the most popular brand on the local menus though...  Might have to jump the Tri-Rail down to Miami to check out some of Don's finds...


                             
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                              Curbside Grill

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                              Re:florida hotdogs Sun, 03/29/09 9:03 AM (permalink)
                              Is this place still there
                              http://hotdogheaven.infinology.net/menu.htm
                              Need a Hot Dog Tour of the South.
                               
                              <message edited by Curbside Grill on Sun, 03/29/09 9:05 AM>
                               
                              #15
                                MiamiDon

                                Re:florida hotdogs Sun, 03/29/09 9:55 AM (permalink)
                                I don't know, but I think I'll give them a call on Monday (closed on Sundays).  It looks like most of their menu is the Vienna Beef package, like some other places around here.  They supply dogs, rolls, condiments, chili, Chicago Beef fixings, etc.
                                 
                                Note the mention of "char-broiled salami."  That sounds interesting!  And if they have a char-broiler, then they can char-broil the hot dogs.
                                 
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                                  top^dog

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                                  Re:florida hotdogs Mon, 03/30/09 5:54 PM (permalink)

                                  anyone tried 'LOUIE' Diraimono(hot dog king")   dogs from 'all american hot dog cart mfg in north Miami?
                                   
                                  #17
                                    Big Kahuna Kooks

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                                    Re:florida hotdogs Tue, 05/5/09 11:14 AM (permalink)
                                    I might add:
                                    1. Munchies; a true Chi-Dog. It is a little hole in the wall off of Okeechobee Blvd. on Church St. They are authentic dogs and take a few minutes to prepare. They also werve great plate lunch specials that you should try as well. Phatphil turned me onto this place.
                                    2. Hot Dog Heaven in FTL on Sunrise 1 mile east of I95. Was just there last week and found the dogs tobe good, but not what I remebered them as. I did eat a bunch of Supreme brand tamales which i used to eat off vendor carts in Chicago when I was 6-7 yrs. old. Those were right on the money. I got em plain, no chiili and they came hot right out of the plastic wrap.
                                    3. Dune Dog in Jupiter is good, but their dogs are not quite 100% autrhentic...no neon relish.
                                    bkk
                                     
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                                      ann peeples

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                                      Re:florida hotdogs Tue, 05/5/09 11:23 AM (permalink)
                                      Uncle Vic-did you move???
                                       
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                                        MiamiDon

                                        Re:florida hotdogs Tue, 05/5/09 12:15 PM (permalink)
                                        Curbside Grill


                                        Is this place still there
                                        http://hotdogheaven.infinology.net/menu.htm
                                        Need a Hot Dog Tour of the South.
                                         


                                        Curbside Grill:  Yes, they are still open.  10:00 - 4:30, closed Sundays.  About the hot dog tour of Florida - it's 843 miles from Key West to Pensacola!!!
                                         
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                                          jonjax71

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                                          Re:florida hotdogs Fri, 07/24/09 6:59 PM (permalink)
                                          NYPIzzaNut


                                          Don't you want Hispanic chow in FL?

                                           
                                          First of all what exactly is "Hispanic chow"?
                                          Secondly, there is great variety of Caribbean cuisine in FL,  Jamaican, Haitian, Bahamanian, Trinidadian and others
                                          Moreover, there is much more to Fl than your incorrect non-existent "Hispanic chow", There is Cuban, Tampa, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Venezuelan, Spanish, Argentinian, Uruguayan, Brazilian and other Latin American platters in a myraid of eateries that include the entire gamut of food choices

                                           
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                                            Foodbme

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                                            Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 07/25/09 6:02 PM (permalink)
                                            MiamiDon


                                            Curbside Grill


                                            Is this place still there
                                            http://hotdogheaven.infinology.net/menu.htm
                                            Need a Hot Dog Tour of the South.
                                             


                                            Curbside Grill:  Yes, they are still open.  10:00 - 4:30, closed Sundays.  About the hot dog tour of Florida - it's 843 miles from Key West to Pensacola!!!


                                            It Takes 12-13 Hours to drive from Pensacola to Miami. Been there, Done That. It takes about the same amount of time to drive on I-10 from the LA-TX border to El Paso.  People don't realize just how big FL is, end to end. When driving from Pensacola East, you go 200 miles before you start heading South!
                                             
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                                              NYPIzzaNut

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                                              Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 07/25/09 7:07 PM (permalink)
                                              ptireland


                                              Thanks.  I'm gonna put him on menus, signs, keychains, t-shirts, baseball caps with plastic horns on 'em, etc. and maybe make a stuffed plush toy of him.

                                              I think it will give me a chance to build strong branding for my company and maybe make me a few bucks extra selling merchandise in addition to food.

                                              ...has he been neutered?

                                               
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                                                NYPIzzaNut

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                                                Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 07/25/09 7:10 PM (permalink)
                                                jonjax71


                                                NYPIzzaNut


                                                Don't you want Hispanic chow in FL?

                                                 
                                                First of all what exactly is "Hispanic chow"?
                                                Secondly, there is great variety of Caribbean cuisine in FL,  Jamaican, Haitian, Bahamanian, Trinidadian and others
                                                Moreover, there is much more to Fl than your incorrect non-existent "Hispanic chow", There is Cuban, Tampa, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Venezuelan, Spanish, Argentinian, Uruguayan, Brazilian and other Latin American platters in a myraid of eateries that include the entire gamut of food choices
                                                I have a hankering for a Cuban sandwich.

                                                We love our Green Plantain here:
                                                http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-green-plantain-fairfield



                                                 
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                                                  badbyron722

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                                                  Re:florida hotdogs Sat, 07/25/09 9:49 PM (permalink)
                                                  NYPIzzaNut


                                                  jonjax71


                                                  NYPIzzaNut


                                                  Don't you want Hispanic chow in FL?


                                                  First of all what exactly is "Hispanic chow"?
                                                  Secondly, there is great variety of Caribbean cuisine in FL,  Jamaican, Haitian, Bahamanian, Trinidadian and others
                                                  Moreover, there is much more to Fl than your incorrect non-existent "Hispanic chow", There is Cuban, Tampa, Puerto Rican, Colombian, Venezuelan, Spanish, Argentinian, Uruguayan, Brazilian and other Latin American platters in a myraid of eateries that include the entire gamut of food choices
                                                  I have a hankering for a Cuban sandwich.
                                                   
                                                   Me to Pizzanut.Love me a Cuban. 1st thing we always get when we get to Tampa.Cuban sandwich,stuffed potato and crab roll.
                                                   
                                                  We love our Green Plantain here:
                                                  http://www.yelp.com/biz/the-green-plantain-fairfield


                                                   
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                                                    phatphil

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                                                    Re:florida hotdogs Sun, 07/26/09 8:08 PM (permalink)
                                                    TO ME THERES ONLY A FEW LEFT

                                                    HOT DOG HEAVEN FT LAUDERDALE SUNRISE EAST OF 95 1 MILE
                                                    FAT LOUS ON HALLANDALE 1/2 BLOCK EAST OF 95
                                                    HOT DIGGITY DOG GRIFFIN RD 3/4 MILE WEST OF 95
                                                    R.I.P.  MIKES IN SUNRISE AND TASTE OF CHICAGO MARGATE
                                                     
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