Things are looking up for this gourmet frank shop, which announced plans last year for a second location in the old Brick & Spoon spot in Montrose. That means you will soon have double the chance to stuff yourself with crazy-good Texas-made hot dogs and hand-cut fries. Load up a dog simply with house-crafted condiments like sriracha ketchup and short bus mustard, or get stacked with readymade options like the Ol' Zapata, made with bacon, Muenster, caramelized onions and jalapeño relish. An old-fashioned root beer float or refreshing pint of craft beer should help wash it all down.
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