It's hard to focus when you're hungry, which is why most teens take their driving tests while eating a ham. Fill up with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $11 for two gourmet hot dogs (up to $5.49 value each), one order of any style of double fries (up to a $7.99 value), and two fountain drinks (up to a $1.89 value each) (up to a $22.75 total value)
- $19 for four gourmet hot dogs (up to $5.49 value each), one basket of any style of fries (up to a $14.49 value), and four fountain drinks (up to a $1.89 value each) (up to a $44.01 total value)
- $12.99 for the two-foot long Joey Chestnut hot dog challenge made with any toppings on the menu (up to a $25.99 value)
Stop in for a gourmet hot dog such as the classic chili-cheese paired with fountain sodas and fries covered in everything from buffalo wing sauce to the works. Diners hoping for a meal of gigantic portions can test their endurance during the Joey Chestnut challenge, a two-foot long hot dog prepared with any of the house topping options, masterminded by the same people behind the Iguanas Burritozilla. See the full menu.
Pauly's Famous Franks N Fries
Most hot dog joints offer the same standard toppings: ketchup, mustard, relish, pickles, and maybe a few others. Pauly's Famous Franks N Fries is not like most hot dog joints. The gourmet shop serves more than 65 signature hot dogs, drawing culinary inspiration from across the globe and topping their all-beef dogs with the freshest ingredients.
Pauly's menu is divided into three categories of hot dogs: New School, Globe Trotter, and State Side. Their buns are delivered straight from the oven of a neighborhood baker and are promptly filled with Angus beef sausages in natural casings. From there, patrons can let their taste buds journey in the interplay of the Cuban’s garlic mojo, pineapple, and onions or the Greek's tzatziki, kalamata olives, tomatoes, and sliced onion. Others opt for the steamed familiarity of the classic Chicago dog, dragged through the garden and adorned with racy sport peppers. Chefs apply the same inventiveness to spice up their house-cut Kennebec French fries, topping baskets with chili cheese and bacon, buffalo sauce, or a magnetic force field to block random grabs by jealous passerby.