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Named after former Arizona Diamondbacks ace Randy Johnson, the Big Unit hotdog at Alice Cooperstown measures 22" in length and weighs a full pound—and that's not even the restaurant's largest hot dog. That honor goes to the Bases Loaded Big Unit, which Man v. Food host Adam Richman once likened to a skateboard. Held together by an entire French baguette, this three-pound behemoth features cheese, sauerkraut, jalapenos, and the restaurant's renowned chili.
Such eye-popping dishes should come as no surprise at a place owned by Alice Cooper, whose brand of shock rock has led to countless incurable cases of pumping-fist syndrome over the past four decades. When you look past the giant hot dogs, you'll also find a menu brimming with flavor and variety, including fresh-ground burgers, wine and microbrews on draft, and barbecue and gumbo that have taken home ribbons at several area cook-offs.
90% of 711 customers recommend
“Great food and atmosphere”
“Bring a big appetite”
“Really good food and super fast and friendly service. Restaurant has a ton of great Rock & Roll memorabilia. Fun to look at.”