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A Hidden Secret. . The “Best Chicago Style Hot Dog” In Fountain Hills Is At . . .

Apr 22

filed under: Living In Fountain Hills, Local Gems, Shopping and Good Eats

Fountain Hills Express Chicago Style Hot DogThere is no question that the word needs to get out about where you can find the best Chicago style hot dog in Fountain Hills. Coming from Chicago Howard and I consider ourselves to be “hot dog connoisseurs” having frequented the likes of Byrons Hot Dog Haus, Gold Coast Dogs, Portillos and Windy City Dogs on many occasions. We searched long and hard to find a hot dog in Fountain Hills that could even come close to these great Chicago institutions.

Fountain Hills Express Owners Karen and MarlonFailure after failure. Would we ever be able to wrap our mouths around a mouth watering Chicago style dog again. We were forelorned. OK I’ll cut the crap and get right to it. If you are looking for the best Chicago style dog in Fountain Hills, with the “steamed” poppy seed bun, a good size all beef dog, with tomato, relish, onions, celery salt and yes the pickle, get yourself over to Fountain Hills Express & Deli at 11829 North Saguaro Boulevard. Here’s the best part, you can get two, yes I said TWO, of these great dogs for $5.00!

Fountain Hills residents and owners of Fountain Hills Express Deli, Marlon and Karen Issak know the “heavy burden” that comes with creating a great Chicago style hot dog and they have mastered it. Something else you need to know, they have the all time best steak fries to go with the dog. Karen and Marlon’s deli have a variety of other great items on their menu like super Italian subs, Gyros, wraps, salads and hot breakfast items. But for us, it’s all about the dog, the real deal, the authentic Chicago style hot dog. Thanks Karen and Marlon you’ve done it proud.

Challenge. . hey we’re never afraid of a good hot dog challenge. Name your place, we welcome your comments, we are very open minded people, but I must admit we can be a little narrow minded when it comes to our hot dogs

Written by Howard Harris