The nostalgia was great. The food was average at best. We had the hotdog hamburger combo. Average...
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Every city should have an old, divey, inexpensive hot dog place. Like the Varsity in Atlanta or Brandi's in Marietta, Ga. We have a place in Chattanooga, but it is kind of on the trendy side, and the prices range from $3 to $6.75. Chris'...More
I tend to like my hot dogs split and grilled. These were boiled so if you like that type it might be your kind of place. I also tend to like a meaty sauce but their signature sauce is different. It tends to be wetter...More
Landmark establishment with long and prestigious following; from Presidents, Civil Rights leaders, etc. Folks there were very nice, but the food just wasn't worth the stop.
Some of the reviewers mentioned the cleanliness of Chris' Hot dogs, and I could definitely agree. They should probably close for a few days (if not a week) and clean the place out. BUT, I feel like the experience wouldn't be the same. I went...More
Went for a quick lunch and left regretting my choice. The interior of the restaurant gives the impression it's been open for a 100 years but can't figure out how this place is still open with the food quality. Pretty horrible. Nothing special here and...More
They say the best places to eat are dives, and when they say that, they are probably talking about Chris' Hot Dogs. The place has been here for over 100 years, and it has seen things. They claim the recipe has been passed down that...More
Still the best hot dogs - bar none. The sauce is to die for. Order the special - two wieners on one bun - all the way. The neon lighting is gone now, but the glass brick partitions remain. Pictures and newspaper articles abound on...More
I got the famous Chris' hotdog. I won't get it if I ever do go back. The chili did not taste like chili. It just was not tasty to me. But sombody sure likes it. It was packed.
This wonderful, little, family-owned hot dog stand is a treasure to the citizens of Montgomery, and a necessary stop for many visiting the City. On May 1, 2017, Chris' celebrated its 100th anniversary in the same location. We met several old friends there and had...More