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Posted by: Paul Brazelle
I enjoyed reading your history. I found it very interesting.
I hope you continue to grow and our able to
preserve a piece of American History

Thursday 24 March 2016 - 01:51:30

Posted by: Randy cox
Some of my best memories as a kid in the 60's & 70's was going to the Dog N Suds drive in on Rapids drive in Racine, Wisconsin. My parents would load us (all 5 of us) in the car and head on down to the drive in. It was an exciting excursion to go to the local D&S and get a couple of hot dogs and root beer. We even brought a gallon of root beer home to enjoy and make the feeling last. I always loved the root beer. I wish there was one here in Madison so I could recreate the experience and taste those frosty mugs again. I loved the iconic bent yellow roof and always recognize a former D&S whenever I see a closed drive in. I get a hankering of root beer

Thursday 10 March 2016 - 15:00:51

Posted by: LaDonna
GREAT Memories and GREAT Food, LOVE the Coney Dogs and the Root Beer in a frosty mug is the BEST. We drive for an hour to Kokomo, Indiana just to dine on what is one of the BEST fast foods ever. Those "other" places S@##$ don't and never will come close to Dog n Suds! Dog n Suds prepares their food with the customer in mind and not how cheap can they go! The Dog n Suds serves their customers their high quality food fresh, fast and friendly! Thank you for keeping Dog n Suds Drive-Ins thriving!

Sunday 06 March 2016 - 09:44:28

Posted by: Randi
my HOMETOWN Fox Lake, Illinois has one still and is so nice to go home to when I get up there.
they have the classic car nights still and its very family oriented love it.

Wednesday 02 March 2016 - 09:00:53

Posted by: Loren
Hugh dog n suds fan. Love the Texas burgers (triples).

Tuesday 01 March 2016 - 16:09:03

Posted by: Dr Mark H North
In 1963 I was one of the first employees of Mr and Mrs Reinhart's Dog 'n Suds in Des Plaines Illinois. Our customers were largely from Maine Township High School West.

I have many fond memories of those times and people. "I Want To Hold Your Hand" was playing on the Juke Box.

Friday 26 February 2016 - 17:15:09

Posted by: Buck Troesch
In 1957-58 I was employed by Jean and Harry Bradford, who owned and operated the Dog 'N' Suds Drive In restaurant on West Cook Street Springfield, Il. It was good times and employment for 17 year old and I still have fond memories of the era,

Friday 26 February 2016 - 15:01:37

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Thursday 18 February 2016 - 08:31:38

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Monday 15 February 2016 - 23:50:40

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Monday 15 February 2016 - 22:12:13

Posted by: Gordon Gross
I remember hangin out at the one in Columbus, Ohio. It was like Mels drive in in American Graffiti. Hot cars, cute girls, fantastic root beer!!!

Tuesday 02 February 2016 - 18:29:06

Posted by: mark
sure misss the alexis road location in Toledo. great dogs, great rootbeer. and choc malts

Wednesday 20 January 2016 - 14:49:10

Posted by: Amy
We placed a rather large order Saturday night & it came to just under , when we got back to the hotel, even though they had read back the order and confirmed it, the order was incorrect. No one had cheese on anything & our youngest grand daughter wanted only cheese and got nothing. We wont be back. Very unhappy customers.

Monday 18 January 2016 - 07:02:48

Posted by: John McClelland
Clovis, New Mexico: worked in this store 1963-1970 off and on. Mostly on. It was a great place to grow up. I learned a lot from managers Buck Tucker and Keith Knight. I now live in northern Louisiana, would love to see a store somewhere near us open.

Friday 15 January 2016 - 07:30:09

Posted by: Cheryl Danner
I worked in the corporate offices in Champaign, IL during the original owners, Hamacher and Griggs, tenure. I moved to the Chicago area in 71, and was rehired by Dog n Suds when the corporate offices were moved to Arlington Heights. So many fond memories of the staff, conventions and owners, including the Van Dame family. Even had Dog n Suds memorabilia I gave to Don Van Dame when he visited the area. Still can find Dog n Suds Root Beer in Woodman's grocery root beer ever made.

Friday 15 January 2016 - 06:08:05

Posted by: Guy DeBunyip
Hello from the Dog n Suds on Rt. 2 between Norway and Iron Mt Michigan !

Thursday 14 January 2016 - 17:46:06

Posted by: Rhonda Jensen
I worked as a carhop at the Dog and Suds in Markham, Illinois in the early 70's. These were very fond memories. Many of my best friends who are still my friends worked there also.. The root beer was amazing. I loved the coin dispensers we wore around our waists.

Saturday 09 January 2016 - 17:41:04

Posted by: Bill Such
I owned the DNS in Coleman Wisconsin for 10 great years in the 70's and 80's Would love to hear from old employees and past customers

Saturday 02 January 2016 - 03:52:07

Posted by: Sam
I remember the Dog N Suds in Clarence, NY in the mid to late 1960's The Coney Dog basket and Root Beer were great. Only wish Dog 'N Suds would come back to Western New York. It always had great food and outstanding service!

Thursday 31 December 2015 - 12:26:50

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Tuesday 29 December 2015 - 23:05:04

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