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    Re: 60's/70's downtown hot dog place ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mace View Post
    I can't remember the name of it. It was the other side of Broadway from AMA's, the other side of Main st from Shea's, somewhere near Century theater, across and on a side street they got rid of with the metrorail. Old greek guy cook talked to himself while he grilled the best food, had the idea whole place was family. Best hot dogs I ever had, my mom swore by it. You might be the only people in the place off hours, the waitress, cook, and owner would completely go silent when you took your first bite. You only had to grin, they'd all grin and go back to what they were doing.

    Hot dog sauce before it was popular. Anyone remember it ? A long long time ago.
    you could be thinking of Hoagie Bros.

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    Re: 60's/70's downtown hot dog place ?

    Quote Originally Posted by DetDannyWilliams View Post
    you could be thinking of Hoagie Bros.
    I don't really recall a Hoagie Bros downtown known for their texas hots in the late '60's early '70's.
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