NOT OPEN UNTIL 7!!!! OPEN UNTIL 11-4 EVERY DAY.
I have not been there yet, but met some friends there at 6 the other day and it was closed. The info is incorrect on this site.
I do plan on going today which is Saturday. I am really looking forward to it and I will plan on coming back and making a review later on in my life.
Best Customer Service. Marty and Mary own the restaurant. They both make everyone feel like family when they come in to eat. The place is super clean! The food is delicious and the conversations are enlightening. Marty and Mary make sure that your visit is enjoyable and that you want to come back soon.
At this local institution, a husband-and-wife team reveal the fine art of making a hotdog..
A lunchtime crowd, seated at a handful of tables, munches contentedly while owners Mary and Marty Armstrong work the counter and the griddle respectively. (Most customers are greeted by name; by the third visit, the Armstrongs will know your order, too.) Save for a German cuckoo clock, the uncomplicated decor is mostly recycled odds and ends: Overturned terra-cotta pipes now serve as table bases; copper-painted tin spans overhead. The walls are faux church stone.
Sure, there's plenty of Heinz and spicy brown mustard for those who prefer to dress their own dogs, but why not turn it over to the experts. The Chicago-style layers a quarter-pound kosher frank with sliced tomato, pickle spear, chili peppers, yellow mustard and celery salt; the Tyler Dog spills over with shredded cheddar cheese, bacon and tomato; the Sloppy Dog is topped with Mary's secret special sauce; and the Flaming Dog gets a kick from chunks of pepperoni and spicy nacho cheese.