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Natatia and I arrived around 1:30 and it took almost 45 minutes to get through the line, though we're not sure why since placing the order and receiving it was pretty quick. Natatia had the Ostrich Sausages with Strawberry Dijonnaise and Queijo Sao Jorge and I had the Mushroom and Swiss Pork Sausage with Blue Cheese Dijonnaise and Shitake Mushrooms. Both were quite excellent.
We also shared a corndog, which was good, but pretty standard. For sides, we tried both their duck fat fries and cheese fries. I thought the duck fries were good, but since it didn't really taste like duck, I preferred my classic cheese fries. Just note that the small size is pretty darn big.
Posted 06/17/2008 01:32 AM in Chicago, Food, Restaurants, Reviews | Total Comments: (1)
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Hot Doug's might still be using frozen corndogs, so you'd probably be better off with the freshly dipped "Dipping Dogs" from The Wiener & Still Champion over in Evanston on Dempster just west of Chicago (and the el tracks). Great dogs -- and cheddar burgers -- at a great price. Tell Gus Dan sent ya.
Submitted by Dan on 06/17/2008 01:45 PM