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Posted by: Chris Schwemlein
We used to have a Dog N Suds in Sandwich, IL. It was owned by Don McNutt at the time, and my dad, Heinie Schwemlein, used to race stock cars at Sycamore Speedway in DeKalb County. Well, Don and his Dog N Suds sponsored dad's Studebaker Hawk stock car, and dad's buddy and chief mechanic did an amazing job of painting the Dog N Suds logo on the side doors of dad's race car! I think other drivers were a bit envious of the sponsorship, and us kids thought it was the coolest stock car on the track. :)
Chris Schwemlein

Wednesday 28 January 2015 - 10:43:24


Posted by: Linda Jones
I remember the Dog n Suds in Conway Arkansas in the early-to-mid 1970s. It was so good. I also went on a trip through Mississippi and we saw one there. We were so excited to find a restaurant we recognized, so we ate there to. Wish we had one back in Conway.

Saturday 24 January 2015 - 13:32:39


Posted by: Tommy Barnes
I worked at the Dog N Suds in Asheboro,NC in the late 60s to early 70s. We had a large number of faithful customers until the recipe for coney sauce was changed. The new was not near as good as the original.Then the ingredients on the Texas Burger was changed.These changes started the beginning of the end of Dog N Suds in Asheboro.Wish we had the original Dog N Suds back in Asheboro!

Monday 29 December 2014 - 10:37:44


Posted by: Carolyn James Rivera
I worked as a carhop and later as a cook at Dog 'n Suds in Williams Lake BC Canada. I learned a great work ethic there. The owners truly treated all of us as family. We all called the owner "Mum".

Saturday 27 December 2014 - 04:42:51


Posted by: Jack
There once was a Dog n Suds in Lakeland, FL. The building still exists, though.

Tuesday 23 December 2014 - 13:24:50


Posted by: Lyyne
I worked at a Dog nSuds drive inn In Albert Lea MN for almost ten years. Miss the place and the food.

Friday 19 December 2014 - 04:29:20


Posted by: Jodi
I'm to young to remember when we had one in Titusville, PA. But I have memories of my dad (who passed) telling me stories about it. He lived the waitresses on roller skates! I wish it was still here :)

Tuesday 16 December 2014 - 02:42:26


Posted by: Rick Ross
I remember Dog n Suds in Bellaire,Ohio in the 70's we hung out their all the time.Loved the Rootbeer Floats,wish they would come back.

Thursday 04 December 2014 - 16:37:21


Posted by: kathy
Dog n Suds was my first job in the early 70's in Kirtland Ohio. My mother called the other day to let me know she had come across 4 mugs I had bought back then!

Thursday 20 November 2014 - 14:07:37


Posted by: Michael Beach
@ Anita Bass, yes there was a Dog N Suds in Midland, MI when I was a kid around 1970. It was where Kmart Plaza is now. I think it was the only business on that city block because most of it was wet lands back then and they sat on the high ground.

Sunday 16 November 2014 - 05:17:24


Posted by: Jim H
Dogs N Suds was my favorite place to dine when I was a kid. Locally there were Dog N Suds outlets on Irving Park Road in Bensenville, IL and on Main Street in Lombard, IL. And when I visited my great uncle's farm in summer, there was a Dog N Suds near the Clark County Fairgrounds in Neillsville, WI> I'd love if some opened one in the Southeast Valley of Ohoenix where I now live.

Saturday 15 November 2014 - 12:09:13


Posted by: Eric Rudolph
Grew up in the 70's with one in Coleman WI. Great memory's after baseball across the road we stopped the and loved it.

Monday 03 November 2014 - 06:07:05


Posted by: Tom Howard
There was a store somewhere between Libertyville and Waukegan in the 50s, we would stop there when visiting the cousins. There was one in Mishawaka, or possibly South Bend, that was open in 1980. I would love to go back, could you expand the website for the ones still open?

Monday 27 October 2014 - 09:20:47


Posted by: Sharon C
I remember going to Dog n Suds with my father and mother in the 1950's. A good memory. West Chicago, was the Dog n Suds we would go to. Long ago.

Thursday 23 October 2014 - 13:24:48


Posted by: Fred
Miss the Dog-N-Suds in Colerain,Ohio. This was back in the 70's and this was the first drive-in that I can remember. I still remember the barrel of root beer ,the great dogs and fries that made the perfect combo! I will have to take a drive one time with the family to our nearest Dog-N-Suds which is Elyria,OH

Tuesday 21 October 2014 - 17:02:39


Posted by: RALPH ARANA
I played for dog&suds little league team in gary, Indiana in 1959 and enjoyed the food and drink and our team sponsored by dog&suds won the championship in 1959&60. you are diffently a winner in my book .

Sunday 19 October 2014 - 13:48:04


Posted by: scott marecle
WHAT A AWESOME PLACE TO EAT...

Friday 17 October 2014 - 12:18:55


Posted by: Robert Boone
I grew up in Washington Park IL where our Dog n Suds was located on Kingshighway. Loved the burgers and dogs, and I also remember being able to bring a gallon jug with us and getting some of that root beer. The building was there long after DNS left our area, sadly they finally tore the building down this year. Wonderful memories and wonderful food....

Wednesday 15 October 2014 - 17:03:02


Posted by: Thom
Thanks for the memories. I worked all through high school and part of college at Yoho's Dog N Suds in Columbus, Ohio.Many of my fondest memories are from the days I worked there. The food was great, so much better quality that the stuff that gets shoved through the Drive In window nowadays.

Thursday 02 October 2014 - 10:05:05


Posted by: Michael Alan Smith
For anyone that's never had their basket dinners with a frosty mug of root beer you have my condolences. Also the servers and the people that take my orders are really nice to talk to and exhibit professionalism that makes me want to come back. Thank you Dog N Suds for the GREAT food and service!!!

Thursday 25 September 2014 - 15:16:34


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