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Posted by Anonymous on 07/31/2010
Why did I spend my money? Why did even tell them what I want? (They gave me something diffrent) why bother. I hated everthing . No flavor at all. And I payed I payed 15 dollars for 3 things 2 of them being hotdogs. Don't do it. It was empty on Saturday.
Posted by Postmortemremains.com on 02/07/2010
After a first attempt that failed to try Willie’s Dawgs on Monday ( Of Course this is the only day they are closed and of course I don’t pay attention to details ) I tried once again to go to this Hot Dog restaurant that is in the Park Slope section of Brooklyn. I ordered two things off the Menu the Cheetzel which is basically a soft pretzel with melted cheddar.... I ordered it because it had both components that I love but it was a little bland . If I do get it again I think I would put some of the yellow mustard on it... Sometimes things in front of my face gives me a idea later. Anywho, i also ordered the Gidget which was out of control, the flavors just bursted with my first bite also with the snap of the casing of the Hot Dog added to the effect as the bite was halfway completed. Topped with Yellow Mustard, Baked Beans, BBQ Sauce, Raw Onions, Cheddar Cheese and a sprinkle of Romano how can you go wrong. This one wasn’t on the menu but on the door before entering , but at a glance of the menu I think I can picture myself heading back time and time again trying their favorite combos and maybe trying one of my on concoctions.
Posted by Tim on 09/20/2009
The owner gave my 2 yr old a book. The outdoor seating is cool on a nice day. The dogs were good, I had a Murray and my wife had a Heidi, and both of us were well satisfied. The fries are good but I don't think they salt 'em much so you may want to add a little. The onion rings were just okay. I would recommend, one for the dawgs, and two for the ambiance if you have kids.
Posted by DJS on 03/22/2009
The VIP Foiegrasdog is no joke, bar none, the richest and most decadent dog every created. (That probably goes without saying. )Truthfully, it is somewhere between a dog and a burger, made with a mix of "humanely-treated" foie-gras, Newskie's, and secret factor--it's the best and probably only $9 dog on the market. Apparently, it was created by the owner for his close friends, but since has been whispered into the underground food world myth. Not listed on the menu, the Foiegrasdog has to be literally threatened from the owners, who insist they don't actually sell it. (We're not sure, but we think this is actually some sort of ironic/old-school, Brooklyn thing, but we practically got into a fist-to-cuffs to get it. Once he caved, he couldn't have been cooler about it. Either way, it's worth the trip and the tough talk (what could happen in Park Slope, right?) to get it.Let the meek eat cake.
Posted by NineDaves on 06/09/2008
not your average tofu dog. forget that tofu puff you get at the store - willie's tofu dogs are rich, delicous, and pretty on par with a regular hot dog (i had to ask once to make sure i wasn't given the wrong one once by mistake). the carrot dog is awesome too. don't fear veggies - willie's has you covered!
Posted by Daniel Krieger on 05/07/2008
That review title is true..the buns here are one of the best parts..I love the challah bun.. just adds a great dimension to the hot dogs. I'm a big fan of Criff Dawgs in the village but Willie's takes the cake as far as creativity and taste go. Speaking of cake they have some good desserts. The staff here is friendly and I like they have papers for you to read.
Posted by valerietown on 03/12/2008
The food is amazing, really fresh tasting. I would suggust the Frankie with the challah bun. Everytime we have friends in town we bring them here. Locally owned and operated, the owner works behind the counter every day. This is the kind of place that makes Park Slope so fun.