The wait was way too long, it's just hot dogs. The hot dog was just ok, the salt and pepper fries were good. Also had dirt fries, wanted filthy fries but Especially the dirty chili dog. A year ago our family was in town and found this place on yelp. Busy, but they know how to keep it organized! I will go back and try more of the menu! It all looked good!
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And I am not a hotdog person. The dogs are freaking awesome, the fries are freaking awesome, the staff are super cool and the the music ties it all together!! It is the first place we take any I really wanted something different to eat. So I reviewed my social media channels to look for inspiration, and I zeroed in on "Dirt Dog". Exploring their website, it's interesting that the founders drew their inspiration from Sonoran style hot dogs; but their menu offerings Great food, easy to eat in the car, it was an easy choice. Service was great. We ordered from the parking lot and it was ready in less than
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