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Neal Fraser's " Fritzi Dog" at The Farmers Market

I love hot dogs. Neal Fraser's Fritzi Dog at The Farmers Market @ 3rd and Fairfax will open October 25th. Kind of like Short Order for Hot Dogs. The menu is at this link.
http://www.fritzidog.com/menu/
They also have a hot dog tasting menu with 4 inch dogs. Can't wait.

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  1. Wow, yeah, it does sound like the flip side to the short order burgers.

    Sounds good, i'll definitely hit it up soon.

    Thanks.

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    1. re: kevin

      ....and just for you they have an all beef dog deli dog.

    2. Very cool! I will anxiously await your report, wienermobile! Wonder if they will be natural casing or not? And fwiw, it appears much more wallet-friendly than Short Order, a big plus!

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      1. re: Dirtywextraolives

        They will be located in the East Patio of the market by Bennett’s Ice Cream and Bob’s Coffee and Doughnuts. Far away from Short Order.

      2. YUM! Cannot wait! Thanks!

        1. Looks great! And it has a breakfast dog which signals it opens early. Going early is my antidote to Farmer's Market hellacious parking. Hope the rest of the menu is available early too.

          Looks like it is between Bryan's Pit BBQ and China Kitchen. I was rather hoping China Kitchen was gone.

          1. No brown mustard! WTF? Yellow mustard - which seems confusingly popular in LA - is like baby poo and sweet mustard on a hotdog is just wrong.

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            1. re: JeMange

              I love brown mustard, too. It wouldn't hurt to have a few bottles of Gulden's around for us oddballs.

              1. re: Dogbite Williams

                If hating yellow mustard and liking Gulden's makes me an oddball...

                1. re: JAB

                  French's only sells more than 4 times as much as Gulden's. I thought the difference would have been greater.

                  Maybe we are mainstream balls, after all.

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                  1. re: Dogbite Williams

                    Perhaps as far as condiments are concerned, mustard falls way behind ketchup which would likely be no.1 in sales and then mayo and then mustard to begin with.

                    Hence, the difference between the sales of ketchup and mustard would be quite high.

                    1. re: kevin

                      Actually, I believe salsa has now surpassed ketchup in sales.....

              2. re: JeMange

                Nothing wrong with a little Frenchs....... Though others in my family prefer the Grey Poupon.... But I have to agree and say they all should be offered....