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keef richards

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  • Joined: 12/30/2004
  • Location: morristown, NJ
jersey city boulavard drinks Thu, 12/30/04 7:48 PM (permalink)
place has been in business since at least the 40's my grandmother ate there. a small dingy place in journal square. the hot dogs roll on metal bars i guess the chicken rotiserre idea. a sabrett type hot dog. proably the best dog in nj. one of those places you would never go in to from looking at
 
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    Tedbear

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    • Joined: 1/26/2004
    • Location: Somerset, NJ
    RE: jersey city boulavard drinks Fri, 12/31/04 6:44 PM (permalink)
    Keef--I am familiar with the place that you are referring to, i.e.--"BOULEVARD drinks", and did patronize them with some regularity about 30 years ago. After viewing the place in more recent years, I decided that my gastrointestinal system would be much better off if I did not consume anything there!
     
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      John Fox

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      • Joined: 12/3/2000
      • Location: Union, NJ
      RE: jersey city boulavard drinks Fri, 12/31/04 8:49 PM (permalink)
      I've been there many times, but not in the last couple of months. The dogs were always cooked on a flat griddle, not the roller grills, unless they changed very recently. I hope not. One of the better all beef dogs in Jersey. I would rate Syd's, Jerry's, and Father & Son as being better. Only thing with Boulevard Drinks that I don't like; the dogs are very small, 12 to a lb. The bigger 8 to a lb Sabrett's are slightly mushy, 10's are just perfect, and what they serve at Papaya King and Gray's in New York.
       
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        Arutha5

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        • Joined: 1/7/2005
        • Location: Edison, NJ
        RE: jersey city boulavard drinks Fri, 01/7/05 2:21 PM (permalink)
        Did you know that for around 6 bucks you can buy a cup of there chili. I just got 2 of them in December and set one to a friend in Canon City, CO, he hasn't been in NJ for 10 years so I sent him that and some of Jersey City's other fine foods.
         
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