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Posted by Anonymous on 10/25/2012
I agree wholeheartedly with the reviewers who point out that Bark does things differently, and so charges more. If you don't care about where your meat comes from or what it's been shot up with, don't eat at Bark. If you want to eat hot dogs made from quality (and SAFE) ingredients, DO eat at Bark. It's delicious food you can feel good about eating. Love it!
Posted by jen480 on 06/25/2012
Not that impressed by the selection, wish they had more elaborate hot dogs like Chicago dogs or Sonoran dogs with tons of toppings. Here you get ketchup, mustard, onions, relish, beans... Kind of boring.
Posted by Smitty on 09/04/2011
While the food is pretty good at Bark, the prices are a bit inflated!!! $8.00 for a grilled ham a cheese sandwich...$7.00 for a milkshake...$5.00+ for one hot dog...and $3.00 for 5 small sized hash browns (should get at least 7 for this price)...Come on?!! Most of the items on Bark's menu are overpriced by $1-2.00 and that makes a huge difference in this economy especially if you're trying to feed your family on a leisurely night out!
Posted by Laurelli on 05/08/2011
The foood here is really great and staff is very friendly and helpful. I am so glad I stumbled upon this place.
Posted by Gianna on 04/23/2011
Some people may say that Bark's food is good, but over-priced, but I disagree. We live in a world where we're used to getting "tasty" food that is less expensive because it is filled with preservatives, chemicals, hormones, and so many more horrible things. Because of this, you may not understand why Bark, which also has incredibly delicious food, would be so much more money. Well, it's because everything is incredibly fresh, locally grown, and hand made. How many places can you eat at that makes their own bread and butter pickles, baked beans, and chili, and who personally picks which cut of meat they want for their burgers and hot dogs. Furthermore, throughout the restaurant they have lists of exactly where they get all of their ingredients. All of this (and more) is part of a movement called "slow food," or "fast food slow food" (because it's fast food style but in really high quality). If you care where your food comes from then I suggest you eat at Bark, because it's worth every penny. And I promise you, the food is even better than other places because the ingredients quality is so high. (also, even though they are famous for their hot dogs, their burgers are my favorite. In fact, I would say that it's the best burger I've ever tried.) Also, as a side note, another thing I love about this place, aside from the fact that they compost (!) is that the owner is almost always there. You can tell he really believes in his restaurant and the importance of slow food.
Posted by annoyed on 03/13/2011
Way too pricey for a hot dog. For $6+ you swear you were going to get fries with it. Won't be going back. These types of places need to get over themselves. and the hot dog was just okay, not that tasty.
Posted by Anonymous on 08/21/2010
The hot dog was good, but not great. The fries were lackluster. Definitely not worth the price.