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Posted by Megs on 08/11/2010
Sausages/baguettes are delicious and ready within like 2 minutes. Great selection of dipping sauces. I did takeout, and the fries didn't hold up (soggy) by the time I got home (15 min. walk, so fair enough), but I'll def. be back.
Posted by JD on 09/28/2009
These people go above and beyond when it comes to service. Free samples, tastings, recommendations, etc. Every time I go in there they do an amazing job. Cool atmosphere, great prices and the sausages are delicious!
Posted by andrey b. on 09/16/2009
My wife and I thought we would give this new gourmet hotdog place a chance and it was our worst nightmare! The beef dog were extremely salty and the chicken dog was burnt. I ordered a ginger soda and it had some strange black stuff floating in it. The bread was ok but it was soaked too much in bland sauce (even though the ingredients were good-horseradish and mustand)! Anyway hope they make an effort to change things.
Posted by Mr. Picky on 08/03/2009
I came here with low expectations, thinking it was just going to be another bland sausage joint. But this place knows what it's doing. The sausage-in-a-baguette thing works here and the sauces are tasty. I like both the beef AND the pork dog. The homemade sodas are great too (except the ginger).
Posted by Mel Gibson on 07/27/2009
This place rocks. The sausages are really good, the bread they use (baguette) is good, the sauces are tasty and not ghetto. The atmosphere is really open, almost makes you feel as if you are a small person in a giant's room. On nice days the doors are open giving the feel of outside dining with the sounds of Union Square in the background. The communal dining table and architecture of the inside is a good-artsy and seems pretty thought out. The pricing is good. You could def dump over $10 here if you don't watch out. But if you are just looking for a good sausage it's totally within an impulse buy budget. Plus you don't feel badly after you eat there, unlike allot of sausage places. If there is a downer point, the side of "chips" are tortilla chips, which is sort of boring to me (except when eating Mexican). So if you want chips you have to get dip = ++$. I originally though pita chips or homemade potato chips, but no dice. Other than that I definitely recommend highly.
Posted by Mike in Midtown on 07/15/2009
I agree with a previous review that was uncomplimentary of the beef dog with horseradish sauce. But try the pork dog with jalapeno cheddar! A vastly better experience! Indeed, the pork dog is far and away my favorite, though the lamb with yogurt sauce was quite nice. My vegetarian wife loves the asparagus "dog" with gruyere. Of the drinks, the lemon/lime is easily my fave - very tasty! $4.50 for this kind of dog in a tasty baguette is a great deal. Whatever you get, you might want to avoid the horseradish - too overpowering.
Posted by Adam on 07/08/2009
Tried this place out after a recent mention in B.A. It was clean with good service. I had a beef dog with the horseradish mustard. The bread was fantastic, but the dog was fairly bland and the horseradish mustard was a messy disaster that may have caused minor brain damage. It completely overwhelmed the dog. I would be willing to try other toppings - but I definitely miss Mandler's after this one visit.