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Posted by: Mike O
Back in the early 70's while in High School, one of the best places to hang out and eat was our Dog and Suds in Harrisburg, ILL. We would all cruise the local strip thru town then end up at one of the 3 local drive ins. My favorite was always the Dog and Suds. I still remember how excited I was when my girlfriend got a job as a Car Hop. Our community suffered a real loss when it was tore down after over 50 plus years of serving the people of our town. Thanks for all the great food and memories.

Friday 19 July 2013 - 23:39:16

Posted by: John
Just took my family to the Cherokee Pass, MO location and it was AWESOME!! I grew up in St Louis and remember going to a location near the AB brewery at I-55 and Broadway exit, and wanted to take the kids to a REAL drive-in restaurant!! To be very honest they all really loved the food and thought it MUCH better than that other current popular "drive-in" place.
To Jeff that posted in June about that Missouri location - is the location closing?

Monday 15 July 2013 - 11:54:29

Posted by: Richard L White
Dog N Suds was a part of my life from a youngster in Mishawaka, IN - the drive-in was a mile and a half away and I loved the root beer and coney dogs that I got from there. I wish it was still owned by the same company - it is now Dog N Mug, although the original equipment from when I was a kid remains with different signage. I stop at the one in Kokomo, IN when I pass through (it opened this Spring and I was thrilled) and i love the drive-ins very much. I wish there was one in the Nashville area (where I live now) - I would frequent it every week!

Monday 15 July 2013 - 04:30:05

Posted by: chris
We were just talking about how when i was a kid.We had a Dog N Suds outside of Beaver Dam WI. Wish it was still there. I'm happy to find these locations and if i'm ever in the area will stop in.

Sunday 14 July 2013 - 05:09:59

Posted by: Mike Naumann
Ballwin, Missouri in the 1960's. I had a DnS mug for years which kept the memories. I'm glad to learn they are still around. I miss those good 'ole days!

Monday 08 July 2013 - 20:04:05

Posted by: Nancy
I worked at Dog n Suds in the 70's in Bellefontaine Ohio as a car hop so many years ago they have the worlds best root beer. We go to Fort Wayne now to enjoy the food and root beer and to remember when. We are very lucky to have a Dog n Suds close to enjoy.

Thursday 04 July 2013 - 14:32:56

Posted by: Aaron
There used to be a Dog N' Suds in Avon, IN (it was small but it was great) The person who owned it, left and went to Kokomo, IN to own a different one. Now the one in Avon just sits there and does nothing. The sign on the window says closed for the winter but the big sign says, "Now Open" I miss this place! The coney dogs were amazing and everything else there was great! I wish he would come back to open it!

Saturday 22 June 2013 - 07:31:14

Posted by: Darrell & Teresa Fischer
Just finished going thru all the postings on this site. A lot of great things said about Dog n Suds.
One person mentioned going thru the Dog n Suds museum. We proudly donated a number of items to the museum, namely the "Rover"head for one.
We had our Dog n Suds from 1974 to 1979 and met
a lot of wonderful customers during that period.
If memory serves me correctly, our District Manager told us we were the farthest unit West in
the chain,at that time. We also had the last gas
fired grill in the chain. That is where those
Charco Burgers & Texas Burgers got their wonderful taste from. We were located in Kimball, Nebraska.
We wish there was a Dog n Suds here in Yuma, AZ.

Tuesday 18 June 2013 - 17:31:49

Posted by: Diane Lueck
My first job at 15 (1963)was our Dog N Suds in Woods'tock, IL. Cooked and carhopped and had loads of fun. It was the place to be for young people, but also a very busy drive in. We still have one in Richomd,IL but they don't serve the Ranchburger. I have tried to duplicate the recipe, but never seem to quite get there. My family still loved the sandwiches.

Sunday 16 June 2013 - 03:22:39

Posted by: Todd
Dog and Suds at Gun Lake MI. Root Beer and Chocolate and Vanilla ice cream mixed cone. The best. Wish they would come back

Saturday 15 June 2013 - 03:45:24

Posted by: Jeff
Really Sara? You're going to use a Guestbook to warn people, That is rude and completely not an propitiate place to put it, but I guess the world revolves around you.

On topic, I do miss DNS and with the last one near by closing down (Cherokee Pass, MO), I will no longer be able to eat at a DNS. When I grew up we had one less than a mile from the house (Desoto, MO) and there was a drive in across the street, those were the good days!

Wednesday 12 June 2013 - 11:18:45

Posted by: Vicci
Grew up in New Mexico in the 60's and early 70's eating at Dog N Suds!! Still dream of their hamburgers and fries!!! Miss it!

Wednesday 12 June 2013 - 05:37:20

Posted by: sara
Fort Wayne, IN -watch your receipts. OVERCHARGED. Combos are listed but rung as separates. overcharged. A combo should be as the sign says.... If you make a bonus of a car by nights end you have a nice extra bonus.

Saturday 08 June 2013 - 14:11:19

Posted by: Julie
Miss Dog -n- Suds! Didn't there used to be one in Des Moines, Iowa? Would you consider coming back? :))

Wednesday 05 June 2013 - 08:15:36

Posted by: Quentin Coppock
Man looking back I miss my mom taking me to the DNS on washington street in indy and having that cold root beer and the oh so good chili dog. Its very sad half the comments I read on the guestbook are from people who miss DNS and wish there was still one around where they live, as corporate has closed down the majority of the drive ins, but i guess we all have to move on one last note: BRING DNS BACK TO THE NAPTOWN! ASAP

Friday 31 May 2013 - 03:27:18

Posted by: Susan
I worked at a Dog n Suds in Evansdale, Iowa as a teenager in the '70's! Have you considered returning to Iowa?

Tuesday 28 May 2013 - 16:22:56

Posted by: karen stelzel
When I was young, we had a Dog n Suds in my home town of Dundee, Illinois. One of my fondest summer memories is, after spending the day at "Glen Oaks," the local swim club, and being what we called "swimming hungry," my mom would sometimes treat us to dinner at The Dog n Suds. I remember that I would be so hungry, I would order a hamburger AND a hot dog--and, of course, a mug of frosty root beer! I am so excited to see that there is still one in Tomahawk, Wisconsin--which is not far from our summer cottage! I can't wait to stop in this summer!

Monday 27 May 2013 - 01:58:02

Posted by: Allen Christensen
Had a great and satisfying meal at the Tomahawk Dogz n Sudz! Had great service too. I very much enjoy having the opportunity to go to a traditional drive-in with freshly cooked cheese burgers, hot fries and curds, and incredible rootbeer. Will be going back again, most definitely.

Monday 20 May 2013 - 05:09:22

Posted by: Mark and Joan
Just got back from the Fort Wayne Indiana location. Joan had a foot-long coney dog and I had a foot-long regular hot dog. Both were barely warm, almost like eating a hot dog out of the package. The onion rings weren't too bad and the medium root beers in the frosted glass mugs were great. We won't be going back for hot dogs.

Sunday 19 May 2013 - 10:35:41

Posted by: Mike Hampton
Love it! I used to visit the Dog N Suds in Mexico MO as a little kid and what great memories. I'll never forget the little baby mugs of Root Beer my parents would get for me. Thought I was pretty special. Good luck!

Saturday 18 May 2013 - 03:38:11

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