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By Parabellum @ 2009-04-20 08:28:51
Martha Stewart's favorite hot dog stand. I like it anyway. It's a one of a kind place for sure, both in the way they cook the dogs and in attitude.

Rawley's dogs out start in a fryer and finish off on the grill. A dog with the works comes with sauerkraut, bacon, mustard and fried onions. I had one dog with the works and a chili dog with raw onions. Both great, though I'll probably pass on the sauerkraut next time.

This isn't fast food. Owner Chico Bielik's claim, not mine. "Everyone will get fed, but they going to have to wait." The sign the Saturday afternoon I was there declared
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