My sister and I had been tramping around the Jewish Ghetto for a couple of hours, and were peckish. We had been devouring all the Roman specialities on our trip, and suddenly, we both had a craving for a hot dog, believe it or not! After inquiring about hot dogs from a place that advertised them, but had no idea what we were talking about, we found Fonzies, a little hole in the wall place. The cook was very helpful, the place was clean and had fun decor (posters of classic American burger joints) and we picked out our Fantas and waited for our dogs to be served.
Our hot dogs arrived at table, complete with condiments and lettuce! The weiner was kosher, and I have to say, it was one of the best hot dogs I have ever eaten. We ate them with gusto, enjoying every bite!
While we were eating, a youngish man wearing a yarmulke entered and spoke to the cooks. He introduced himself as the owner, and was pleased to hear that we enjoyed his establishment. My sister even took his picture.
We would highly recommend Fonzie's for a taste of North America in the Jewish Ghetto of Rome!
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