New Hot Dog Place
sunshine

United States

#21 Aug 4, 2010
Where is Larry Murphy's barber shop? I still dont know where this hot dog place is. I am also a former 630. and not all that familiar with WP. but, sure would love to try out those hot dogs, wonder if they are Vienna??? poppy seed buns???
What part of 630?, homie?

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Since: Jan 10

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#22 Aug 4, 2010
So Its close to Hardee's? And I heard it was really good. I really want to try it out, got to wait until pay day though.
I8urgrl

Ozark, MO

#23 Aug 5, 2010
I ate there today and it was pretty good, it was 4 dollars plus tax for a large hotdog and it's atleast a 1/2 lb hotdog, served with chips and a pickle. Pricing seems pretty good to me, it was a little slow, but it was busy and all places are that way the first several months
someone

United States

#24 Aug 5, 2010
sunshine wrote:
Where is Larry Murphy's barber shop? I still dont know where this hot dog place is. I am also a former 630. and not all that familiar with WP. but, sure would love to try out those hot dogs, wonder if they are Vienna??? poppy seed buns???
What part of 630?, homie?
It's on Porter right before the plaza that Ramey's is in. Where Rutt n Stuff/Flower Barn use to be.
sunshine

United States

#25 Aug 5, 2010
someone wrote:
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It's on Porter right before the plaza that Ramey's is in. Where Rutt n Stuff/Flower Barn use to be.
Thanks, that helps a lot. Now, I have a better idea of where it is. We'll give our report as soon as we try it out.:))
Usually we go to go to Mt. Home for a good Chgo hot dog. Have u been to Gil and Debs?
Info

West Plains, MO

#26 Aug 5, 2010
Their prices range from $2.50 to $7 depending on what you order. They have hot dogs, polish dogs, and some other kind of hot dog. All large hot dogs are a pound. They also have sandwiches and tofu/rice type food.
I believe the pricing is great. The food is really good and I think you get more than enough food for the price.
As with all new restaurants, yes, sometimes you have to wait awhile. That is what happens when there is a new place to eat and everyone flocks there during their lunch hour or after work. I do know that they have been working VERY hard on speeding things up during their busy times. The owner has had this type of establishment in other cities and was very successful. He is doing everything he can to speed up wait times while maintaining the quality of food he serves.
Frankly, the food is so good I really don't care if I have to wait a little while!
630 Homie

Chesterfield, MO

#27 Aug 5, 2010
st charles and lombard. live in 847 for a while but 630 is alot nicer.
yep

Canada

#28 Aug 5, 2010
DAMN those dogs are good! Really good! The prices are entirely fair for what you get
sunshine

United States

#29 Aug 5, 2010
630 Homie wrote:
st charles and lombard. live in 847 for a while but 630 is alot nicer.
We were near Bloomingdale/Addison/Lombard. A little different here, inst it. We are here since 03, still trying to adjust :))
Hillbillies are funny

Carl Junction, MO

#30 Aug 5, 2010
A hot dog place? LMFAO!!! That qualifies as a hot new place to eat? Oh man....WP is pathetic on restaurant choices. And 30 min to make a hot dog? A hot dog??? Oh brother....
interested

United States

#31 Aug 5, 2010
I would have to agree with hillbillies are funny. It's a flippin hot dog! I miss the selection in cali. This town sucks. And most new food joints don't last long. So enjoy your hot dogs while they are here cuz I bet it will be shut down before long. Sad tho for the owner.
630 Homie

Chesterfield, MO

#32 Aug 5, 2010
05 here. you go to school out there?
sunshine

United States

#33 Aug 5, 2010
630 Homie wrote:
05 here. you go to school out there?
yes in chicago, NW side. Narragansett and Belmont. You?
stupid

Waterloo, Canada

#34 Aug 5, 2010
Hey interested. Go back to your piece of trash cali and get what you want. We don't want you flamers out here anyway.

Since: May 10

United States

#35 Aug 5, 2010
Excellent food, good prices, a little bit of a wait... but well worth it!
mabitch

Canada

#36 Aug 5, 2010
Seriously? If I want a damn ground up, meat tube I'll just stay in and grill one myself. I'm sure in the hell not paying 6 something for a drink and friggin' hotdog. Good lord.
cardinalsfan

Canada

#37 Aug 5, 2010
It's just freaking hot dogs? Are you all nuts?
Foreigner

Warrenton, MO

#38 Aug 5, 2010
OMG Chicago and Burb's transplants. What a culture shock HUH?
Was raised in Chicago and lived in Bartlett before moving down here in "92"
And to those that are cutting down this new weiner place, You have no idea what good food is.
These may be just hot dogs to you but they are the best. I haven't been there yet but the place in Mountain Home is great to.
So go and choke on your McDonalds and your Tofu and stick your weiners on your dirty old grills.
Rayburn

Spokane, MO

#39 Aug 6, 2010
I remember Portillos in the western suburbs of Chicago, if the dawgs are anything like those im gona like them i will try these over the week end and dont mind waiting for good food ,looking forward to it.
informant

West Plains, MO

#40 Aug 6, 2010
they buy food for the place on food-stamps. it may be a rumor..... dont take it seriously.

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