People often customize their hot dog with toppings, whether it's mustard and relish or two additional hot dogs. The possibilities are endless with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $6 for two hot dogs and two baskets of fries (up to a $12.56 value)
- $12 for four hot dogs and four baskets of fries (up to a $25.12 value)
On the menu, hot-dog options include the turkey dog, the pick me up chili dog, the kraut dog with steamed sauerkraut, and the chicago dog with mustard, cucumber, peppers, and celery salt (up to a $4.29 value each). French-fry options include plain, seasoned, or steak fries (a $2.09 value/basket).
Parker's Hot Dogs of Santa Cruz
When John Parker established Parker’s Hot Dogs of Santa Cruz, he was following in the footsteps of his father, who opened his own hot-dog shop in the 1940s. In John’s Roseville eatery, the staff still serve up a menu of old-fashioned all-beef hot dogs with toppings such as sauerkraut, bacon, and freshly grated cheddar cheese. Housemade chili smothers hot links, polish sausages, and dogs. The 5-pound chili dog challenge—which was featured on Travel Channel's Man v. Food—is ideal for showcasing an impressive appetite or hiding the fact that your hands are alarmingly large.
What some people are buzzing about:
93% of 800 customers recommend
“The Plank Fries and the Chicago Style Dog is the greatest on the West Coast.”
“Parker's is very family friendly. The staff always gives the kids a little treat!”
“the double scoop chili dog was good, although I would just get the one scoop next time unless it came with two dogs :-) a chicago dog was also ordered and it was...”
“the double scoop chili dog was good, although I would just get the one scoop next time unless it came with two dogs :-) a chicago dog was also ordered and it was good. they use the longer good dogs like Caspers Hot Dogs, crunchy and good. They also cook fresh potato chips. they were real good, sprinkled a little salt on the chips. I would always get the chips.”