Good Eats: Station Street Hot Dogs

Normally I’m only a big hot dog fan in the summer time.  For one, it’s a massively easy meal for a hot summery evening.  It also is just the quintessential lunch or dinner at a picnic or after a day by the pool.  So my hot dog consumption usually sticks to the months of May through September.  Mmm, just the thought of them sizzling on the grill is making me hungry…

When a friend of ours was planning to celebrate her birthday at Station Street Hot Dogs a few weeks ago, I got pretty excited.  It was an excuse to eat one of my favorite summer foods, and a majorly supped up one at that.  I’ve heard a lot of great things about Sousa’s place, and our meal certainly did not disappoint.
Station Street menu

I got the Devil Dog, which was topped with egg salad, hot sauce, chips and scallions.  Matt had the Kimchi Dog, which, true to its name, is topped with kimchi, spicy mayo, nori and bonito.  I was too busy inhaling mine to even ask Matt for a bite of his, but he only had great things to say.  We also ordered some poutine.  If you haven’t tried this amazing Montreal street food, you are missing out.  It’s delicious fries topped with cheese curds and gravy.  To die for, I tell you.  I found Station Street’s version to be a bit too salty for my taste.  My favorite poutine is prepared by Park Bruges in Highland Park (more about them here).
station street meal

They’re open 7 days a week for lunch and dinner, and are located centrally in East Liberty (right by the Target).  I highly recommend putting it on your “must eat here” list…you know you have one.  I’d like to go back and try a few more flavors, especially the Chili Cheese Dog and the Hawaii Dog.  The price point of between $4 and $8 makes it a super affordable meal stop.
SS Devil Dog

Have I convinced you yet??

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One Comment

  1. Yvonne
    Posted March 4, 2013 at 9:48 pm | Permalink

    You should also try the Banh Mi. I swore I’d never eat liverwurst and yet…I can’t stop eating this hot dog. delicious. Their ramen is also super good – just the ticket after a long day on the job.

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