Chili, over at Danny Ford Is God, can kiss my rear end. SuperPerros this, SuperPerros that. He needs to understand that Colombian-style doesn’t mean he’s getting any Colombian women with the food. And on top of that, he uttered the words “pineapple” and “hot dog” in the same sentence. (In all seriousness I like SP’s just fine, but…)
It’s NOT Dog Et Al. That’s the best dog in town.
So, Tigers, if you’re in Tally this is where you need to head for Lunch, provided it’s not Sunday.
Where? Dog Et Al on South Monroe Street.
Why? NoleCC himself eats there once per week. They have the best hot dogs in town, with so many combinations you could have a different dog, every day for 28 years. I recommend either the Jumbo Corn Dog or a Coney-Style Super, but whatever floats your boat is good. The fries, homemade chips and onion rings are all good, and a combo meal include fries (or chips) and a drink is usually under 7 bucks!
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Hot dogs not your thing? A) I don’t care, you’re not a real American and B) They have “uppity” dogs too, like sausages or brats.
And when you’re done with that, realizing that you should have gone to FSU instead of Clemson, it’s time for a little dessert. That’s when you drive your happy little Tiger ass over to Cold Stone Creamery on West Tennessee Street (Ignore the crappy parts of the strip on the way there). Enjoy the view of the North Side of Campus, and wonder why on earth you didn’t come to Tallahassee sooner.
Stick around; I’ll cover the important parts in my next editions, where to eat and what to drink for dinner and after! Check out Willy Mac's article here.