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Those were the best hot dogs ever!!! My Daddy used to treat me to going out for a “pool room hot dog” when I was a little kid. Nothing beats such sweet memories!
BEST SCRAMBLE DOG IN THE WORLD!!!! Ate hear many times as an apprentice machinist at Harris Press & Shear. Brought my self a beer on 21st birthday during lunch break to wash it down.
This is the real deal! So authentic you think you are going to hear FDR over the radio. Best cheap food anywhere, the scrambled dog weighs about two pounds on the plate. But you can’t be worried about cholesterol!
The best scrambled dog on earth to a boy of 15. And that has been 56 years ago.
Funny that the only survivor downtown is the pool room. There is an irony there that I cannot altogether explain.
I have eaten many a chili dog, scrambled dog, and stew here and shot many a game of snooker!