The indoor area is noisy, chairs all around are high - as are the tables so be prepared to let your legs dangle. You enter and read a board filled with many hot-dog selections and a few sides and make your choice. The servers bring you the food by number. Here's the drawbacks: Though the food is ok, I can make a very good hot dog at home and the buns are the basic you'd find at a grocery store. The cole-slaw is unique being a vinegar sauce rather than mayo based so be prepared for a change-up. Sodas have been shipped in form Detroit, so that's pretty fun. The catch, is we walked away hungry but spent a good amount of food. I think I'd vote for a picnic in the downtown square and a sandwich form a deli. I can say I've been back a few times with out-of-town guests, but will likely put an end to this adventure now.
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