TOP DAWG

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There is a hamburger joint on every corner but when you want a hotdog you have to go searching. I am not sure why that is true. After all, the hotdog is listed right up there with apple pie as one of America’s favorite foods.

Now I don’t eat hotdogs all the time, but every once in a while I get a real craving for an old-fashioned Coney or a Chicago Dog and when that happens I really don’t have a lot of choices; make them myself or go to Sonic. Now everyone knows I don’t cook and while there is nothing wrong with Sonic, their dogs really lack bite or bark. Recently however I found an incredible place that serves up some pretty incredible dogs not far from where I live right here in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. What’s more, these aren’t just your “garden-variety” hotdogs. These are gourmet dogs with a south Louisiana kick.

The place is called Frankie’s Dawg House. It has been around for a few years, but recently came under new ownership and the new owner has added a number of Cajun and south Louisiana specialties to the menu including alligator and deer sausage.

Bob Courtney and I checked them out a couple of Saturdays ago and we were both completely blown away. Check out my report and pay them a visit. I don’t think you will be disappointed.

Bikers love road food and when it comes to hotdogs Frankie’s Dawg House is definitely Top Dawg! It is only a short ride for me and believe me I will be making it again. Real Soon! I might even bring my dogs, well in the truck, not on the Harley.

By the way you couldn’t meet a nicer bunch of people either and no, I didn’t eat four hotdogs. Bob ate part of one.

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~ by larider on June 3, 2016.

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