Read the reviews & other info & thought it would be a worth the trip. Unfortunately not. I ordered the cosmic hot dog - with sweetpotatoe mustard and blue coleslaw - unfortunately it was half gone before I worked out they'de got the order wrong, (not badly, but it was missing the sweetpotatoemustard that I wanted to try as they also sell this mustard by the jar, & there was a pickle with this one & I don't like pickles). But anyway I liked the blue cheese dressing coleslaw. The bun was fresh & the hot dog was - well - ok- could have been warmer - but it was just an average hot dog - it was edible & I was hungry, and at $2.95 you can't complain. My partner had the Galactic Dog - he was dissapointed as he luves hot dogs & chilli - his comment was edible but tasteless. (if it had been good he would probably have had 3! We tried the fries as the review said they were the best - sadly again they were just ok, not good enough to finish between us though. we got them with cheese (which was actually just cheese sauce). I was expecting us to be getting another round as we were both hungry and it was a bit of a drive - but neither of us wanted anything else. The environment is great though - plenty of large antiques to look at, quite eccelectic. There were several mums with young kids & they all seemed to like it. I think this must have had good quality food at one time as there are lots of reviews around, but sadly the food didn't do it for us. (though we did go to Arbys afterwards because I was still hungry!). So go if all you want is a hotdog and some different scenery. but don't go expecting it to be a really tasty hot dog, because you'll probably get better ones at the next ball game. They do have some vegetarian options though - both soy and tofu as well as - bunny in a bun 'grilled carrot topped with coleslaw' $1.95 well, its cheap.
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