This is an interesting, funky little place, housed in what was Raynor's Barber Shop, back in the day when I was growing up on Walker Avenue. They have 6 - 8 rather closely packed tables inside and 4 or 5 patio setups, with better spacing. Not a lot of ambiance here, functional neighborohood grill layout.
The Cheeseburger here is excellent, big and juicy, with a ton of flavor - and they have a variety of different ones, with a variety of toppings - but hard to see how you can beat a straight cheeseburger with L,T, & M. The fries are really nice, as well - light and crispy.
The Chicago Dog is a very good version, and is a relatively new addition since it was not on the online menu. The wiener is all beef, the roll is a poppy seed one, the green pepper relish is very nice, not to sweet with this zip to it. Sport peppers were either missing in action or brought nothing to the dog. Tomato and pickle were present, as well. Well done dog.
The Carolina dog is served on a soft, rectangular, toasted bun, and the wiener is of a nice quality. The chili was either very limited in amount, or it is simply bland. This dog comes with a very wet, rather sweet slaw, and onions. The mustard was put on last assuring that you would have mustard on your face after each bite - this was not a chili dog from either a taste perspective, or a construction view that I cared for.
They have some other items, sandwiches (including a Fried Balogna), salads, etc. Serivce here is a little slower than fast food because they cook to order, and that is especially important with the burger - worth a little wait. The guys that work here are all friendly. Nice place.
They do not at present having any parking adjacent to the building; they do have some up the street a 1/2 block beside Suds & Duds - on the left headed toward town.
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