Sinfully spicy Italian sausage topped with sauteed peppers and onions, and nestled in a semolina-dusted roll. FUHGEDDABOUDIT! This is one offer you just can't refuse.
Milwaukee may be synonymous with beer dynasties and The Fonz, but when bratwurst was introduced in 1953 at the Milwaukee County Stadium, "brats" became instant sports stadium fare. After the visiting Brooklyn Dodgers' Duke Snider brought brats back to NYC, national interest ensued. We grill the delectably heady sausage link to charred perfection. Then, we top it with sauerkraut and mustard for a wonderful tangy kick. Tip: Watching Happy Days reruns will enhance your dining pleasure.
Plump, flavorful and loaded with snap, Vienna Beef Polish Sausages are made with a century-old family recipe featuring fresh, domestic beef and a secret blend of spices. Hardwood hickory smoking adds the famous Vienna taste to every hearty Polish Sausage. Nestled in a toasted bun with mustard, grilled onions and sport peppers.
Our award-winning chili, but without the beans, and slightly thicker to top your dogs with chunky goodness.
Our delicious chorizo sausage is split lengthwise, char-grilled, topped with a large dollop of chimichurri sauce, and served on a crusty roll. Our homemade chimichurri sauce is made from finely chopped parsley, minced garlic, olive oil, oregano, vinegar, and a heavenly mixture of secret spices. As the legend goes, an Irishman named Jimmy McCurry, fighting alongside the Argentine independence movement in the early 1800's, is credited with introducing this sauce to the native population. Eventually the name became corrupted, and Jimmy McCurry sauce became chimichurri sauce.
Vienna all-beef polish sausage (dragged through the garden) topped with mustard, freshly chopped onions, neon green relish, dill pickle, sliced ripe red tomatoes, sport peppers, and piled onto a perfectly steamed poppy seed bun. Topped off with a sprinkle of celery salt.