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John Fox

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  • Location: Union, NJ
Pete's in Newburgh Thu, 11/4/10 9:09 AM (permalink)
Pete's is reviewed here: http://roadfood.com/Restaurant/Review/7417-8128/petes-hot-dog-stand   if you haven't seen the Roadfood homepage. I've been there a few times and it's a great place to grab a few dogs. As mentioned they serve a nice sized Boars Head all beef natural casing frank. It is 7 to a lb and served dirty water style. This dog is great prepared in water as it has a tight casing that keeps in the flavorful juices.
 
Most dirty water dogs are much smaller, ranging from 10 to 12 to a lb and cost more than what Pete's charges. Boars Head is also a change of pace from the much more common Sabrett. One time I was there I noticed a table of older men who were long time customers. I asked which dog they preferred, The Temple Hill dog or Boars Head. Boars Head was the unanimous choice. Pete's is one of my top three favorite places to get a dirty water dog along with Jerry's in Elizabeth, N.J. and Dee's in Roselle Park, N.J.
 
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    seafarer john

    Re:Pete's in Newburgh Thu, 11/4/10 11:09 AM (permalink)
    When in Newburgh Pete's is fine -if a bit uncomfortable, especially in poor weather when you have to stay inside - but the chili dog is worth a bit of discomfort, and any place that's been around for 75 years has to be worth patronizing.  
     
    Personally, I prefer Annas, not far away on Broadway - a Greek lunchroom type place with comfortable seating, excellent service,  a really good chili dog (Texas hot wiener),
    good coffee, standard sodas, and milk and chocolate milk, not to mention some very nice pastries. 
     
    On the subject of Beacon, NY: I'm happy for Michael having found a really good hamburger at Poppy's in downtown Beacon ( that place was mentioned in a Poughkeepsie journal article recently which praised the hamburger with fried egg. That was enough to discourage me from going there. However, the next time I pass thru Beacon ( which has enjoyed quite a renaissance in the past few years - especially after Dia opened its enormous art gallery ) I'll have to give Poppy's a try. Downtown Beacon is loaded with little boutique type eateries and we've tried a few - with universal disappointment. The worst BBQ I've ever experienced was in Beacon at the P....B... - that place will be forever etched in my memory:  atrocious service, uncomfortable room, rickety chairs, inedible warmed-over BBQ, all at an advanced price - otherwise the joint is great...
     
    Cheers, John 
    <message edited by seafarer john on Thu, 11/4/10 11:15 AM>
     
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      GB944

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      • Location: Kingston, NY
      Re:Pete's in Newburgh Thu, 11/4/10 4:47 PM (permalink)
      I agree about the P.... B... 
       
      The only way it could get better is to burn it down and hope that the pork gets enough smoke.
       
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        Benzee

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        • Location: Bullville , NY
        Re:Pete's in Newburgh Fri, 11/5/10 7:25 PM (permalink)
        Hello all ,
        I enjoy Petes for the occasional dog , its hit or miss for me . I posted some reviews in the past on this place also
        Benzee
         
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          ScreenBear

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          • Location: Westfield, NJ
          Re:Pete's in Newburgh Fri, 11/5/10 9:33 PM (permalink)
          Gosh, I like Pete's...one of my three favorite hot dog emporiums in the whole wide world.
           
            Great dog, cooked perfectly, superb attention to detail and a caring, no-nonsense staff that knows their reputation rides not on past glory, but on every frank served. Plus, the cozy simplicity of the neat little oasis, in a world where it too often seems that quality and tradition have gone by the wayside, seems to say, "Hot Dog Spoken Here." Gosh, I like Pete's.
             The Bear 
           
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            Benzee

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            • Location: Bullville , NY
            Re:Pete's in Newburgh Sun, 01/30/11 3:53 PM (permalink)
            Hello all ,
            To update  , Petes  is doing fine these days , good service and dogs , the past few yrs they had been hit or miss for me but it looks like they are listening , I know for a fact they lurk on here (:
            Benzee
             
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