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So, we went in, sat down and ordered our food, we ordered different hot dogs than last time but, I'll get to that in a minute, I want to tell you a story first. There we are sitting in a booth by the window and they have a mannequin dressed like a 1970's hooker sitting on a picnic table outside. Well, a thin man, probably late thirties, walks by and starts flirting with her. He was probably the most awesome guy I'll ever have the pleasure of meeting through a window so I just wanted to give him a shout-out with this quick story, and yes, he was probably a crack addict but I don't discriminate when it comes to good senses of humor.
Back to what we ordered, I ordered an Out Wayne dog which is a hot dog topped with nacho cheese, chili sauce, bacon, onions, and jalepenos (the jalepenos they use in their dishes are always pickled ones which doesn't bother me in the slightest but I just thought I'd clear that up for any of you thinking they were using fresh) and a steak dog which is topped with Bold and Spicy A-1 sauce, ketchup, onions, and chili sauce. Both were equally delicious and I'm not quite sure which one was my favorite although I am thinking now that is was the Out Wayne dog since I was left wishing there was more steak sauce on my steak dog since I thought that the taste was a little too subtle for my liking.
My boyfriend ordered Rahall's Red Hot Weenie which their menu describes as "on toasted hot dog bun, a grilled spicy mettswurst and nacho cheese piled high with sauteed peppers & onions, jalapenos, hot mustard, then topped with saurkraut - GIT-R-DUN!" and the Thundering Herd Dog which is topped with habanero sauce, nacho cheese, chili sauce, jalepenos, onions, and slaw. His favorite of those two was the Thundering Herd dog and I have to agree it was really damn good the slaw helped to take a little of the heat out of the habenero sauce and make it more like eating something spicy and delicious and less like eating pure fire.
We also of course ordered those orgasmic garlic ranch fries topped with what I'm assuming from how it tastes is home-made ranch dressing, shredded cheese, nacho cheese, and garlic seasoning. Oh, and for an extra buck you can add real bacon to the mix which is what I opt for since I think the smoky bacon really add that last little needed something to the dish.
Those heavenly garlic ranch fries. I snapped the picture before the shredded cheese had time to melt but, trust me, two minutes later that cheese was melted and it was an ooey gooey lovely french fry experience.
The boy's dogs.