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 I went to Hot Diggity in Philadelphia the other day..

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I went to Hot Diggity in Philadelphia the other day.. Tue, 02/7/12 6:39 PM (permalink)
They serve Sabrett dogs. I'm not sure what size.. I'm not able to tell as quick as you guys would be. They use a bigger bread than just a normal roll, so they can hold a lot of toppings.
My Girlfriend had a dog wrapped in a fish cake topped with a pepper hash. Fish cake was nicely done, not all mashed up.
I had a dog with garlic cream cheese, red onion straws, green onions, and tomato.
My other dog had and another dog had house pickled cucumber, cilantro, red onion, carrots, jalapeno, thai chili vinaigrette, hot siracha. It was hot, but not overly so. Cucumber was nice and thin so it absorbed the juices.
Fries were AWESOME and they have around 10 or 12 dipping sauces. Fresh cut, nice and thick.
The only thing a lot of you might not like is price. Dogs are $5 or $6, but one is pretty filling with fries.
They have a nice assortment of craft soda such as Moxie, cucumber, etc.
I wrote up a full review here, but feel free to ask questions or comment on Roadfood:
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