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Posted by: Anita Bass
Was there a Dog & Suds in Midland Mich. My Husband just got a glass gallon jug that say Dog and Suds

Saturday 30 August 2014 - 10:24:33

Posted by: Randy O. Bowling
I almost forgot. My aunt worked at what was then called the Arkansas Children's Colony. She would eat there twice a week. She always called it Suds & Duds. She too REALLY loved the Root Beer.


Sunday 24 August 2014 - 12:51:10

Posted by: Randy O. Bowling
Land sakes alive. I sure do miss Dog n Suds Root Beer. When Conway, Ark. had Dog n Suds, Momma & I would go on a Friday or Saturday after she closed the beauty shop & get our supper. Best hamburger (not greasy), FF, Onion Rings, & an extra gallon of Root Beer to go for at home. WOW was it ever good. I sure do miss it.

s/Randy O. Bowling
Greenbrier, Arkansas

Sunday 24 August 2014 - 12:48:37

Posted by: ROD LOUGH
Back in the 60s, there use to be a one I Morgantown, WV. My favorite place to go. Some of the stores sold it (Root Beer) until the late 90s. It's the best Root Beer made. I really miss it and the drive-in !

Thursday 21 August 2014 - 16:13:24

Posted by: Rachel Lane
Live in fort Wayne in. Went to old dog and suds was not impressed. New owners and it's called dimond dogs with dog and suds logo under it. It's very good love the root beer and the chilli dogs. Had great service and enjoyed our selves very much. Very happy will go back

Saturday 16 August 2014 - 10:11:05

Posted by: stan major
born and raised on dog n Illinois...all over....
and even had a tray full of food for two flipped into my lap one time. not something you forget!
my very favorite was your sloppy joe burger. I have NEVER found one anywhere as good. You should market that sauceatdollar'd do real good! Bring some drive ins to Florida...Orlando...Tampa Bay....Ft. Lauderdale...and of course the beaches.

Friday 15 August 2014 - 13:30:09

Posted by: Chris Remington
We had a location in Charlotte, Michigan but it went out in the 80s. Good to see there are still some around.

Wednesday 30 July 2014 - 22:43:16

Posted by: Sam Nigh
Disappointed is all I can say, just disappointed. Why, I'll tell you, I have been wanting to go to a Dog N Suds for some time. We had one in Findlay, Ohio as a kid growing up, and it was the best, so I found one located in Ft. Wayne, In. about a little over a hundred miles away, so I went over a couple days ago and found that it was now a Diamond Dogs masked under the Dog N Suds logo. different menu and all. I asked if the root beer was still Dog N Suds and was told it was even though the menu said Pepsi products, and it didn't taste like the suds. Sorry to say I was greatly disappointed.

Friday 25 July 2014 - 10:08:58

Posted by: Robert
My wife and I drove 160 miles just to have lunch at dog and suds in Robinson illinois.Very satisfied with the food and the root beer...WOW...Employees were super nice...loved it.....

Wednesday 23 July 2014 - 14:41:56

Posted by: Dennis
As a kid, visiting Dog 'n' Suds in Grand Rapids was a rare treat. I miss your food, and the experience. I am thrilled to see you have a store in Muskegon, now. I will be visiting soon!

Wednesday 23 July 2014 - 09:39:40

Posted by: kara
You really need to open a location back up in the Indianapolis area! It's been years, and years since I've had your food, but it was delicious!

Tuesday 22 July 2014 - 18:05:03

Posted by: Mark
Love this place! It's like being able to go back and reclaim a bit of your happy-carefree childhood days. Service is great and the food is even better

Saturday 19 July 2014 - 23:32:33

Posted by: Mary
Every summer, my brother and I would spend a week at our grandparents' home in the tiny village of Cobb, WI. Besides going fishing with Grandpa, we were always treated to a trip to the DNS in Dodgeville, WI. Years later, I drove past the defunct restaurant and truly felt sad, as I had so many wonderful childhood memories of the visits and DNS.

Saturday 19 July 2014 - 14:48:51

Posted by: Terry Hemmen
This was my first job at the DNS located at Hopkins and Sherman Blvd. in Milwaukee Wisconsin. The place was owned by Bill Newkirk who was an excellent boss. Loads of was jammed every Fri and Sat after school. Loved making the Texas burger and onion rings for customers. Had a great jukebox which was constantly playing. You just had to be there...what memories

Sunday 13 July 2014 - 10:29:54

Posted by: Kathy Pattangall
My friend Mary Lou and I were carhops at the Dog N Suds in Hyannis MA in the mid-60's. Worked hard for Mr and Mrs Gregory, and it was a wonderful first job for us. He made the best onion rings ever

Sunday 13 July 2014 - 07:28:28

Posted by: Kay
We have always driven the the Dog n Suds in Montague MI while on vacation, but yesterday we stopped and ate. Great food and lots of memories.. Thank you.

Saturday 12 July 2014 - 02:45:56

Posted by: christine
loved the rootbeer floats!!! blast from the past!

Sunday 06 July 2014 - 20:35:01

Posted by: Russ Bartee
Was there ever a DNS in Denver? Maybe back in the 60s?

Sunday 29 June 2014 - 18:31:48

Posted by: Everett Poff
Used to love going to Dogs n Suds after a long day of surfing. Always wondered what happened. The location in Melbourne Fl closed years ago. Cheer up bigger companies have made costlier mistakes changing the formula of their drinks. Always think of Dogs n Suds when i'm at the beach..

Friday 20 June 2014 - 11:53:25

Posted by: Tiina Turrise
My grandparents owned the dog n suds in Lincoln Illinois. I loved going there as a kid and helping out in the kitchen. My sister liked hanging with the car hops. I was saddened when it caught fire and they decided to retire instead of rebuild. Great childhood memories

Wednesday 11 June 2014 - 09:01:27

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