Monday, January 4, 2016

Dog Town (Part 2)

(Original Review -- October 2014)

It's been over 14 months since my first review on Dog Town. Will and Lyn are still at the Tidbit pod and are still going strong, tightening up their hot dog menu but recently adding some french fry munchies.

The menu has also undergone a transformation, with individual placards and pictures for each hot dog. The Sonoran dog I had on my previous review remains on the menu. They have dog-and-fry combos now, with various toppings for fries. How about Chili Cheese Fries or Reuben Fries? Damn....

And yes, they bring poutine.

The poutine here ($6) is your usual fries, gravy, and cheese curds. It's a lighter colored gravy here than what I have seen in Canada, but still very good. The cheese curds here had a slight squeak to them and were more plentiful than at other places I've been to in the U.S. that place poutine on the menu. I received a good-sized amount of food that left me satisfied.

Will has told me he wants to add French fries with toppings that remind a person of what you can get at In-N-Out Burger (a regional chain in select parts of the United States -- and only a few months ago finally opened up shop in Medford, Oregon). It obviously won't be called "Animal Style" but if it is anything like that, I am all for it.

I'm pleased that the Tidbit pod has kept its hot momentum going ever since it opened. From what I've seen, virtually all the carts there have had good business. It certainly helps to be on a busy street (Division Street) and next to other established spots.

I look forward to many more meals from Dog Town! 8.5/10

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