Saturday, October 18, 2008


Lucky's Hot Dog Diner of downtown Puyallup makes some of the best hot dogs I have ever had. They are authentic Chicago style hot dogs and they are extremely delicious. They are also reasonably priced.

Pictured above is a mozzarella bratwurst served Chicago style. It includes the mozzarella bratwurst (which I believe was supplied by Blue Max Meats of Puyallup), poppy seed bun, mustard, onions, neon green pickle relish, tomatoes, dill pickle spear, two sports peppers, and a dash of celery salt. The mozz brat has a slightly tough casing that pops perfectly when bitten, releasing a fresh blast of mozzarella cheese with each bite. Truly heavenly.

Lucky's Hot Dog Diner also serves hot dogs New York style with sauerkraut; Southern slaw dog style with chili, cheese, and coleslaw; and Coney Island style with mustard, onions, chili, and cheese. They even make mini hot dogs for the kids, which the child loves because they make a smiley face out of ketchup and the two hot dogs for the child.

They also serve old fashioned root beer floats and a couple types of Italian sausages, but the true reason to visit are for the 100% Vienna Beef natural casing hot dogs or the bratwursts.


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