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Posted by: Sarah Elkins
i remember as a child back in the 80s in Candenton Missouri, my dad would take us there once in a while for a root beer, that was the best tasting I had ever had and I haven't found one even close to the wonderful flavor of Dog and Suds Rootbeer.

Sunday 12 July 2015 - 10:02:29


Posted by: Chuck
My sister and I both worked in the late 60's at a dog n suds in Calumet Park. I flipped burgers and she did the car hopping...and she also made 5 times my paycheck!!This was one of my first jobs in high school and I learned much from the sweat and hard labor and my salary went from a 1.00/hr to 1.50/hr!!..it was a growing up period for me and the foundation this brought me led to career in IT as a VP....great place wish more kids could do this type of work and appreciate a buck..going to visit the one in Montague Mi.soon

Wednesday 08 July 2015 - 08:42:36


Posted by: Zinnia Biggs, Real Estate Broker
I am a real estate broker for Biggs and Co RE in Robinson IL 618-544-8911and we have just listed one of the few remaining Dog n Suds that is active
and has been in business since the mid 1950s. We are hoping someone will purchase it and continue the tradition. Although I have always enjoyed the food, I didn't know that the Dog n Suds originally started in Illinois,

Monday 22 June 2015 - 11:09:12


Posted by: Marshall Hembree
Fond memories of my Dad and I stopping at Dog n Suds drive in when I was a kid. We went to this one that was just outside of Milwaukee on I 94 going to Chicago.

Friday 19 June 2015 - 05:48:09


Posted by: mark cooney
we need a dod n suds in mooresville, in. were the old pondarosa was

Thursday 18 June 2015 - 13:04:51


Posted by: John Skeen
We need a Dog n suds back in Asheboro N.C. We had 2 back in the early 70's.

Thursday 11 June 2015 - 16:33:23


Posted by: Rick Glenn
My mother worked at your drive-in in Dyer Indiana back in 1956. We have a lot of great pictures from that time. Would like to share.

Saturday 06 June 2015 - 18:33:01


Posted by: Sam Weimer
We use to have a Dog n Suds in Clarence, New York back in the 1960's. I remember always having the Coney Dog basket and an ice cold frosted root beer with my friends. Only wish one would come back to Western New York.

Wednesday 03 June 2015 - 16:24:18


Posted by: Linda Trella
It's funny what you remember as a child growing up.....I grew up in Mt Morris Ill and we had a Dog and Suds in town and I LOVE going there.....we get slashes that would give me and my sister brain freezes....I loved the root beers floats too.....I miss those times and that place....that was 42 yrs ago and I will never forget my Dog and Suds.....thanks for the memories!!!

Wednesday 03 June 2015 - 15:02:58


Posted by: scott merrifield
We always stopped in on driving trips cross country as a young boy.I have great memories of stopping in and eating great food.I used to look at the map and count the miles till we stopped for lunch or dinner.

Friday 29 May 2015 - 14:10:09


Posted by: JW Kurtak Sr
Loved the one we had here in North Canton, Ohio

Wednesday 27 May 2015 - 05:10:33


Posted by: The Zimmers
We LOVE the Root Beer! We always stop in a get a mug when we're in Muskegon! Great, friendly staff!

Saturday 23 May 2015 - 14:48:48


Posted by: Mike
As of today, VanDerBrink Auctions has an original painted metal sign in one of their auctions in Spring Grove, Illinois.

Thursday 21 May 2015 - 17:53:23


Posted by: Chuck Taskalines
I found out later there was one located in Bellaire Ohio. At the time there was a toll bridge near by from Benwood Wv. It was open 24 hrs.

Thursday 21 May 2015 - 12:53:25


Posted by: Chuck Taskalines
While were modeling our kitchen. We found a Dog n Suds bottle twist off cap. The former owners owned Bonars Market in Moundville Wv. I believe there was a Dog n Suds Rest nearby in East Ohio.Does anyone remember East Ohio Rest? Thanks

Sunday 17 May 2015 - 13:39:55


Posted by: John Wright
We had a great one in Lebanon Missouri always remember that Texas burger and barrel of root beer they were part of our main cruzing route lots of hot rods

Saturday 16 May 2015 - 19:14:31


Posted by: Robert Tripp
I when I was very young in Mount Morris, IL and we had a Dog n Suds near. Not sure if it was in town or not I was very young. I remember winning a gallon of the root beer during a town fair/festival. I still enjoy the taste of the Dog n Suds root beer. I sure wish the franchise was as strong as it used to be!!

Thursday 14 May 2015 - 15:18:09


Posted by: RUSS JOHNSON
I was Director of operations from 1989 to 1991 we had 107 units then until David Chapiton bought into the co and called it Denovo corp He was a total ass I believe Mike Fessler and I had the company on the verge of a turn around and actually opened a few units I know own The Pepperoni Express Pizza Co. in South Carolina im now 68 and going strong if any of our franchisees ever wondered about me?? I tried contact captseafood@aol.com

Wednesday 06 May 2015 - 11:20:53


Posted by: Mike Hagerty
Just came across this site and found it really interesting. I grew up surrounded by a family who owed 2 Dog N Suds. One in Higginsville and one in Lexington Missouri. My father John and my Uncle Dave owned and operated them for a number of years through the 1970's and 80s. My father John recently passed away, but at the funeral hundreds of people came and talked about their experiences of being a part of a special family inside the Dog N Suds.....loved the experiences and memories of a special place!

Friday 01 May 2015 - 06:31:45


Posted by: frederick lagerberg
I remember the Dog n Suds in Keene NH. very will Mr.Fred Stillings ran this one I went to School with his kid, Pam Stillings o yes I remember the 60's very will to. miss it so now we have cheap shit jots.

Wednesday 29 April 2015 - 13:41:15


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