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Posted by: Sue
I got my order to go tonight at the lafayette,in drive in. The food was lousy. Corndog breading was not completely cooked,coleslaw had a bad taste,foot long bun was soggy and nasty. My Tkt was #274.

Wednesday 27 July 2016 - 14:56:14

Posted by: Robert Villegas
Please don't publish this. I'd like to talk with someone via email regarding a promotional opportunity to bring people back to the drive in for lunch and dinner. This is not spam.

Wednesday 27 July 2016 - 09:50:58

Posted by: Sandy
One of my fondest memories as a kid, my folks would take us to a Dog N Suds that was located in Illinois, somewhere between Great Lakes, Round Lake, or in a neighboring town after picking us up from after school care in the early 80's. The experience and name have always stuck w/me and would love to visit one again.

Monday 25 July 2016 - 13:33:58

Posted by: Donald Livernash
Worked at one in 66-69, It was a full serve Restaurant in West Allis ,Wi Was Not a drive inn.Loved the roast beef and root beer.

Sunday 17 July 2016 - 03:15:59

Posted by: Bob Weber
Used to eat at the one in North Canton,Ohio all the time years ago...Even snow-plowed the lot for the owner and was paid in food!...Going to the one in Elyria next week...Hope it has the same menu and taste.

Tuesday 12 July 2016 - 16:03:58

Posted by: Constance Smith
Also worked Dog N Suds as teen in the early 60's. What happened to coney dogs? These should be called chili dogs...same dogs you get at DQ ....Called chili dogs bc they have chili sauce. Where's the coney sauce? Probably only us oldsters would k now the difference. Should be like a sloppy Joe sauce. Really a let down.

Sunday 10 July 2016 - 06:49:22

Posted by: Sharon
I worked at dog n suds saskatoon saskatchewan also 1967, 68 all year round...worked very hard but such fun! Must have walked 50 miles a night on pavement with two trays of loaded root beers, had to be strong to carry them...wonder how muvh each tray would have weighed? Coney dogs were a fav, anybody else work at saskatoon?

Saturday 09 July 2016 - 11:37:52

Posted by: John B
Grew up in IL with Dog N Suds. Now live in WI and stumbled across the only remaining Wisconsin location in Tomahawk, WI over the 4th of July weekend. A great unexpected blast from the past. D&S should really look into opening some locations on Old Historic Route 66. I think it could be very successful as there has been a resurgence of interest in the Mother Road and Americana history. I think Route 66 enthusiasts would flock to a D&S drive-In.

Monday 04 July 2016 - 09:57:45

Posted by: David Loehr
I grew up going to the DognSuds on Atlanta Road in Smyrna, GA. We lived less than a mile away. It was always a thrill to pile into the car and go get the best hotdogs and root beer.

Saturday 02 July 2016 - 15:21:18

Posted by: Jeanne Ciesa Furness
My first job while in high school was at the DnS located near Kedzie Ave and 159th Markham,(Chicago)IL.

Saturday 02 July 2016 - 07:36:16

Posted by: Steve Loya
Loved the texas burgers prepared in Harmar, Pa.
Root Beer was the best!

Friday 01 July 2016 - 16:21:24

Posted by: Tammy
I remember the Dog N Suds in Unity, Saskatchewan. My mom was taking the train there so we stopped for a bite before seeing her off. We loved it so much that my dad took us back for another burger after the train left. We never told mom. LOL

Saturday 25 June 2016 - 23:00:15

Posted by: Dean Murphy
I remember the Dog N Suds that used to be in Warrensburg, MO, into the early 70's. I was pretty young but have a couple of memories of the place.

Sunday 12 June 2016 - 04:46:52

Posted by: Mary McPherson
Worked at the one in Washington park Illinois in early 80s loved making root beer because it tasted so good

Saturday 04 June 2016 - 05:23:25

Posted by: Jessica
My fiance and I ate at the Elyria, Ohio restaurant about 2 weeks ago and will never eat there again. We saw someone take a used styrofoam cup, rinse it, and put it back in the stack of cups to be used. Also, the glass cups they use, they seem to just swish them in three sinks. Not actually scrub them. Lastly, the cook was like sifting through the fries that had been sitting in the warmer for 30 min. to find the ones that were warmest...instead of just frying fresh ones!! The food was just warm, not hot. The fried pickles were so greasy, there was a pool of grease in the bottom of the paper bag they were in and also got grease all over my dashboard from setting them down. The breading was soggy and disgusting and just fell off the pickles anyway. They were inedible. The fries(bought them before we seen they were there in a warmer for forever) were gross and not hot. It was all just really disturbing and we will not be going back ever again.

Thursday 02 June 2016 - 08:13:14

Posted by: Doug
Grew up near one of these in Columbus, ohio....use to be on Westerville rd. I loved this place and the Texas Burger.....still can taste it, much better than what is offered in Columbus these days...Come on back please, Columbus Ohio

Tuesday 31 May 2016 - 13:10:28

Posted by: Kem Hayes
Are franchises being sold for Dog N Suds these days? Time to expand. The competition is very weak in Columbus. The Dog N Suds on Westerville road closed long ago, and it is time to get back into the Columbus market... +

Wednesday 25 May 2016 - 22:30:35

Posted by: Darrell Fischer
Having been a former Dog n Suds owner (1974 - 1979) it give me pleasure to view the DnS site to see how all is going. Just compared our 1979 menu prices to
the current Lafayette menu. Our Charco burger was .95 and our Texas Burger was 1.85. We have our 1979 menu framed and hanging where friends & visitors can view it. It never fails to bring a
gasp & chuckle from viewers. We had many compliments about our Dog n Suds products. We truly miss the taste of the menu. Thanks for
letting us share a good part of our life with you.

Wednesday 25 May 2016 - 13:18:33

Posted by: David C. Blazier
I own a building in Versailles Indiana that has Dog N Suds painted on the end of the original block structure. No one here seems to remember one at this location. It is located on US 50. I would like to know more info if possible.

Sunday 22 May 2016 - 15:59:03

Posted by: darryl banas
grew up with dog in pa.last ate at a suds in brookville fla in 1990.been wanting a couple texas burgers for 26 years.

Tuesday 10 May 2016 - 15:17:45

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