This darling of the gourmet hot-dog boom ought to satisfy any dog-related craving, what with 16 types of franks and sausages (including vegan options) and umpteen toppings. Success depends on your personal selections, and as dog traditionalists we prefer the brats and imported German wieners over the gator, turducken, or crawfish dogs. Still, we admit the duck version with blackberry sauce was darn good, and the fluffy buns held up well. There are burger and chicken-breast sammies too. The bright blue buildings at all three locales make for an easy, fun hang with a brew and your crew (the gallery overlooking Frenchmen St. is a stellar view) and an inexpensive dinner (though it’s still a $7–$9 hot dog).
New Orleans› Restaurant
5030 Freret St
Our Rating Neighborhood Uptown Garden District Hours Mon–Sat 11am–10pm; Sun 11am–9pm Phone 504/899-6883 Prices All items under $10 Cuisine Type Casual Fare Web site Dat Dog Other Cash only; ATMs on-site. Also at 3336 Magazine St. 504/324-2226. Mon–Thurs 11am–10pm; Fri–Sat 11am–11pm; Sun 11am–9pm. And one more at 601 Frenchmen St. 504/309-3362. Sun–Wed 11am–midnight; Thurs 11am–1am; Fri–Sat 11am–3am.
Map5030 Freret St New Orleans
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