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$13.50 for 2 vouchers, Each Good for $10 Worth of Gourmet Sausages at Franko’s Dog House ($20 Total Value)

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Internationally inspired sausages including the German Shepard with sauerkraut and mustard and the Italian Hound with pesto and mozzarella

Customer Reviews

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6 ratings6 reviews
May 23, 2019
Love the atmosphere. The call ahead is great!! Will go there again for sure. I ordered the dachshund w/ no onions. Great selection of sodas and chips . Love the decor dog stuff all over. And the tv show that was on was a family friendly show.
7 ratings3 reviews
April 29, 2019
Quick service, and tasty dogs in a variaty of styles, what more is there to say?
24 ratings14 reviews
February 4, 2019
We showed up near closing time yet they were happy to serve our family. Dogs were delicious and they never made us feel rushed to finish. Super nice people. We’ll be back.
5 ratings1 reviews
December 2, 2018
Great food!
1 ratings1 reviews
November 27, 2018
Extremely helpful, great menu, and good food
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39 ratings33 reviews
November 3, 2018
My wives parents was with us and the theme and service was great!
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1 ratings1 reviews
April 26, 2019
Food was amazing, the service was amazing! Definitely bringing my kids.
6 ratings6 reviews
March 20, 2019
Great service, nice people, just average food, but it is a hot dog joint!
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What You'll Get

The Deal

  • $13.50 for two vouchers, each good for $10 worth of gourmet sausages ($20 total value)
  • Click to see the menu.

Operating hours:

Until March 1, 2018:  Tuesday - Saturday 7 a.m. - 6 p.m. After March 1, 2018:  Monday - Saturday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

  • Holiday closures
    • November 22–27
    • December 19–23 (open with early closure at 2:30 p.m.
    • December 26

Three Things to Know About Ketchup

At most American restaurants, your right to slather ketchup on whatever you want is guaranteed. Explore the condiment’s surprisingly distant origins with Groupon’s look at ketchup.

1. Ketchup was once a great way to boost your fermented-fish intake. The fish sauce popular in China’s Fujian province for hundreds of years went by a name that has been transliterated as ke-tchup, kôechiap, and kê-tsiap. Around the 1600s, sailors brought it home to places like England and the Netherlands; it traveled well, since the fermentation preserved it for long periods of time without need for refrigeration. From there, the recipe mutated as people started making it at home from ingredients including walnuts, mushrooms, and anchovies. The two constants were fermentation and vinegar, which remains a key ingredient in ketchup today.

2. Tomatoes didn’t even make it into ketchup until the early 1800s. Tomatoes had spread from the Americas to Europe by the late 1600s, but since they were a member of the same family as the deadly nightshade, they were viewed with suspicion for some time. By 1850, however, the easy-to-can fruits had become one of North America’s favorite kinds of produce, and ketchup soon graced tables everywhere—designed, in the pre-fast-food era, for use on everything from eggs to oysters to steak.

3. Heinz has never made 57 varieties of ketchup. After seeing a shoe ad that boasted 21 varieties of shoes, Henry J. Heinz decided to advertise similarly on his ketchup bottles using his favorite number, five, and his wife’s favorite number, seven.

The Fine Print

Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. May only redeem 1 voucher per visit. Not valid toward any specials or promotions. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Franko’s Dog House

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