Three dogs down: How I discovered Chicago in Southwest Little Rock | Rock Candy

Monday, June 6, 2011

Three dogs down: How I discovered Chicago in Southwest Little Rock

Posted By on Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 9:00 PM

AUTHENTIC:  Dressed Chicago dog at Lynns
I have a new addiction. I am in love with Chicago-style hot dogs. That’s right. Long rejected by local dog places because they serve pork dogs I can’t consume, I found a consumable joy in Vienna Beef-based meats in the Windy City that were tasty, had great accompaniments and were reasonably priced.

After my introduction the last Saturday of May to the Chicago dog at Max’s Take Out, I enjoyed a great dog before hitting the road at Carm’s. I was so jazzed on the idea of having another one that I’d already started scheming ways to get Chicagoland assignments.

And then there was Lynn’s Chicago Foods. The Southwest Little Rock eatery has answered my culinary challenge. Find out what I discovered there over on Tie Dye Travels.

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