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What You'll Get
Like magma and dreams, custard is a semisolid—neither solid enough to build a house upon nor liquid enough to feed to a thirsty sparrow. Feast on what birds can’t with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $9 for two hot-dog value meals (up to a $8.09 value each) and one custard shake (up to a $4.99 value; up to an $21.17 total value)
- $12 for a meal for four that includes everything above, plus two kids’ meals for children under 12 (a $4.99 value each; up to a $31.15 total value)<p>
Value meals include a soft drink with a choice of fries, coleslaw, or chips. Kids’ meals include a choice of hot dog, corndog, or two chicken strips, plus chips or fries and custard with sprinkles.<p>
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires May 31, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Wild About Harry's
Wild About Harry's all-beef hot dogs and frozen custard have garnered a stream of accolades since the shop opened in 1996, accruing esteem to be called one of the four providers of "The Great Hot Dogs of Dallas" in 2011 by the Dallas Observer. The eponymous Harry is a transplant from Hollis, Oklahoma, where his mother, Sarah Frances Coley, cooled sweltering dustbowl summers with sweatbands sculpted from her thick, homemade frozen custard. Honoring her ability to sweeten life during the Great Depression, Harry uses his mother's egg-yolk rich recipe as the foundation for a rotating menu of nearly 50 flavors, whose breadth enables customers hone in on their own sweet spot. Chili appears on the menu of 10 polish sausages, vegetarian franks, and traditional wieners, which noticeably omit ketchup from all but one of their topping combinations, and stars in the southwestern favorite Frito pie. The parlor's glowing pink neon is a beacon to families, who line up at the coral pink Knox Street shop before settling with their melting spoils on shady benches out front.