DC-3

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Details
423 8th St SE (btwn D & E St SE)
Washington, DC 20003
(202) 546-1935
Hot Dogs
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–9:00 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–10:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • Try the deep fried pickles.
  • Anything with a pretzel roll rocks!
  • Girl Meets Food says the Left-Winger is better than your normal veggie dog. The fried falafel "dog" comes topped with tzatziki & avocado and it "snaps" like a hot dog. Also - get the fried pickles.
  • Ok so I eat here entirely too much, but the hotdogs are off the hook.
  • Try subbing for the all beef angus (pause) its worth it! Oh yeah The West Va.
  • The Rochester White Snappy Griller is a must for up-staters!
  • Well CRAFTed hotdogs. CRAFT Media | Digital favorite.
  • Try the falafel in the California Left Winger. Good stuff.
  • Try the frips with cheese--they're basically waffle fries and they're delicious.
  • With a dogs-only menu comprising everything from the classic pork and beef to falafel and fish versions, we think this spot promises to satisfy all possible varities of canine craving!
  • Best hot dogs I've found in DC by a long shot.
  • Eh, so-so.
  • They sell bacon-wrapped hotdogs. What more does one need to know?
  • Weekends typically have a house-made dog now. A bit pricier but well worth a try. We're here almost every weekend to try the specials!
  • They've apparently changed the menu since they opened. They should change it back.
  • Try the Old Fashioned Corn Dog - Brings back so many childhood memorieshttp://www.foodnomad.net/2012/07/dc-3.html
  • So sad to see the Frips leave the menu. But the fried pickles are great!!
  • NYC VENDOR DOG
  • You have to get the falafel dog, SO good.
  • The fried pickles are ridiculously awesome

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