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I had no idea there were so many variations of the hot dog. If you’re starting a hot dog business, you don’t have to settle for the traditional American condiments. Think internally, like this Delaware couple:

Hot dogs will come with more than ketchup and relish at a new restaurant that will open next month on Main Street in Middletown.

Dog Town will serve mashed potatoes and gravy over sweet sausages on rolls, said Chris Gormley who co-owns the restaurant with Jeff Mollohan. Both live in Middletown.

“It’s common in Great Britain – Bangers and Mash,” he said. “Putting it on a roll is a unique thing.”

The menu will have different types of hot dogs, including State Fair Corn Dogs, Philly Dogs, and an “all the way” southern dog. Broiled burgers and tator tots will also be available.

The restaurant, located on the corner of Main Street and Broad Street, is planned to open during the second week of September, Gormley said.

A separate kids menu will also be available featuring hot dogs topped off with macaroni and cheese.

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Originally posted by Dane Carlson on August 22, 2011 in Profiles.


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