The dogs are the historic red, but there's some corner-cutting going on. First, the dogs need to be at least as long as the bun, and second, the chili -- if it's going to be out of a can -- needs to be a good quality. If you're stopping in at lunch, be prepared to be eating a dog that's been resting in the warmer a while. The service is friendly and, since the dogs are waitin' for you, the line moves fast. Cash only and be sure to get a soda to settle the dogs. The tables outside are under a fabulous historic oak tree which I would classify as a witness oak -- it's been there for some of Albany's significant moments. Let's get the dogs back to as good as they once were.
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