Trolley Dogs is a small corner restaurant located in downtown Kenosha, which has been selling delicious hot dogs since 2003. All of their hot dogs are made with Fresh Vienna JUMBO Dogs, and are served up in many different styles: There's the classic Chicago Dog, the savory Chili Dog, the Kenosha Dog (a hot dog with cheese), the meaty Bacon Dog, an Octo-Dog for the kids, and even the eponymous Trolley Dog, which is a tamale and a hot dog all together in the same bun! Today, my Dad took my brother and me to Trolley Dogs for dinner. Even with all the unique hot doggy options on the menu, I wasn't feeling in the weenie mood, so I purchased an Italian Beef for $5.00.
Trolley Dogs, I must say, has great prices. You can get a hefty Chicago Dog plus fries for the very low price of $3.12. $5.00 wasn't a bad price to pay for the Italian Beef either, considering it's huge size. If you're looking for a cheap place to eat, Trolley Dogs is certainly an option to consider.
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We took a seat at one of Trolley Dogs' colorful booths while we waited for our food to finish cooking. Trolley Dogs is well-decorated and kept clean inside. There are pictures hanging up to go with the hot dog theme, and a tiny electric trolley suspended by wires running the perimeter of the ceiling. There's a pinball machine if you feel like being a pinball wizard, and Trolley Dogs has those classic ketchup and mustard bottles sitting at each and every red-colored booth. The place is also painted in bright, vivid colors with a shiny tile floor. The diner-like interior is very cool.
It took a few minutes before our order was ready, but this is because Trolley Dogs' foods are prepared fresh. The waiting time wasn't the least bit unreasonable. My Italian Beef was rolled up in tin foil to seal the warmth inside. Unrolling the wrapper, I found the sandwich to be large and in charge! There was an abundance of thin strips of beef filling up the soggy bun, and was topped with chopped onions and sweet peppers, just the way I wanted it.
RiRi Rates Trolley Dogs as: 8/10
Till' next time, this has been RiRi Ri-porting!