Hot dogs in Bmore
- Tourettes Aug 29, 2010 07:25 PM
I'm writing an article for B Free Daily about hot dogs in Baltimore. I have to pick 5 or 6 places. I currently have Ann's, Haute Dog Cart, G & A, Weenie World, and Stuggy's. Are there any places that any of you think needs some serious consideration that is not on this list? I'm sure there is a place I haven't heard of. Thanks ahead of time.
G & A Restaurant
3802 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224
1099 Merritt Blvd, Dundalk, MD 21222
Johnny's in Lexington Market needs to be on the list or it's no list at all. Ann's is awesome.
400 W Lexington St, Baltimore, MD 21201
Given that your list so far indicates a rather loose interpretation of "in Baltimore" (within driving distance from Baltimore, maybe?), I'd add Zack's. If you want to stretch the boundaries, there are a couple of places in Hanover, PA specializing in variations on the "Texas Hot Dog" theme. I also recall there being a hot dog truck somewhere in the Glen Burnie area - I think in a church parking lot someplace. Perhaps somebody will recognize that vague description and post more details.
I was just listening to my dad recount eating Attman's hot dogs wrapped in bologna decades ago. I told him I thought I'd read about their corned beef on here, but didn't know anything about the hot dogs. He was almost poetic about it-- he's going to be so excited that they're still selling those.
It Would still have to be in the state. As long as it's not too far from Baltimore City, then it's fine (we have readers in some of the surrounding counties). Isn't Zacks a chain? I would rather highlight small local businesses. I'll look for that hot dog truck though. There is another truck out by timonium called the wild dog. They move around a bit during the week so I might use them for an article we'll have in the future on mobile food. I still would like to check them out though.
How about Polock Johnny's - or do they get vetoed for having more than one location?
3212 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230