Hot Dog on a Stick Prices

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Hotdogs are usually served in a bun with toppings ranging from chili to cheese, pickles and mustard. But with the fierce competition in the fast-food market, being more creative with presentation is a must for success – and that’s what Hot Dog on a Stick has taken to heart! Hot Dog on a Stick prices are pretty average, so you won’t need to worry about that part.

Even with the changing fast-food landscape including the entry of so-called big box joints, Hot Dog on a Stick continues to hold its own for good reasons. Of course, the foods are delicious and the drinks are refreshing but there are also other aspects that make Hot Dog on a Stick still a favorite. Visit the nearest Hot Dog on a Stick location in your area and see for yourself what makes the chain still popular after all these years.

Below are the latest Hot Dog on a Stick menu prices.

ItemPrice

Hot Dog On A Stick

Turkey$3.29
Beef$3.29
Veggie$3.29

Cheese On A Stick

American$3.29
Pepper Jack$3.29

Lemonade

Fresh, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Small)$2.99
Fresh, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Regular)$3.69
Fresh, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Large)$4.69
Fresh, Hand Stomped Lemonade (One Gallon)$14.99
Frozen, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Small)$3.99
Frozen, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Regular)$4.69
Frozen, Hand Stomped Lemonade (Large)$5.69
Bottled Water$1.99

French Fries

Fries (Small)$2.99
Fries (Regular)$4.99

Funnel Cake Sticks

Funnel Cake Sticks (Small)$2.99
Funnel Cake Sticks (Regular)$4.99

Party Packs To Go

Party Pack - 25 Sticks$49.99
One Gallon Fresh Lemonade$14.99
Three Gallons Fresh Lemonade$39.99

2 For $5.55

2 For $5.55$5.55

Sampler Platter

Sampler Platter$14.99
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History

In 1946, Dave Barham opened Part Puffs, a food stand that served lemonade and ice cream to customers in its first location in Santa Monica, California. The original food stand was in Muscle Beach next to the Santa Monica Pier, a magnet for locals and tourists wanting to enjoy the sun, sand and surf.

When Barham used his mom’s original cornbread recipe, he changed the menu of his food stand to include the hot dog on a stick – and the rest is history. He perfected the flagship product and, to reflect the change, he changed his brand’s name to Hot Dog on a Stick.  He also increased the brand’s exposure by participating in country fairs and selling in malls.

In 2014, Global Franchise Group purchased the Hot Dog on a Stick chain. Today, there are more than 80 company-owned locations across the United States, most of which are located in regional shopping malls. The chain also has several franchised locations in South Korea.

What They’re Famous For

The hot dog on a stick, which is always made to order, is the most popular item on the menu.  The flavors are deliciously comforting, the textures are pleasurable, and the size is always generous so everybody becomes happier for it. The hot dog is also easy to eat even when you’re on the go, yet another reason for its popularity among mobile Americans.

The freshly-squeezed, hand-stomped lemonade, the second most popular item, is the perfect complement to the hot dog on a stick. Every sip or gulp, whichever way you prefer to drink it, brings the tangy, cold and refreshing feeling that only an ice-cold glass of lemonade can bring on a hot day.

Why Eat Here

When you’re on the beach or when it’s a hot day, you will likely look for relief and it may well come from eating a freshly-made hot dog on stick and an ice-cold lemonade! There’s something so soothing about filling your stomach with delicious food and slaking your thirst with tangy lemonade, a classic combo that will never go out of style. For as long as fast and easy yet sumptuous comfort food appeals to children, men and women alike, then Hot Dog on a Stick will stay.

The hot dog on a stick is served straight from the cooker so it always has a fresh taste and texture, not the stale ones served by most fast-food joints. You may or may not garnish it with ketchup or mustard.  You may also order French fries, which are made from Idaho potatoes cuts into shoestring sizes and fried to golden perfection in soy oil.

The hot dog can also be placed in a bun, if you desire it. The juicy beef hot dog will be grilled before being served in a dense bun and topped with your choice in condiment. You should also try the cheese on a stick, a blend of mild jalapeño peppers and slightly spicy jack cheese placed on a stick.

If you have a sweet tooth, then you may just find your match here! The funnel cake sticks are the perfect snacks – funnel cake cooked to an appealing golden brown, served with a smattering of powdered sugar, and drizzled with your choice in either raspberry or chocolate drizzle. It’s a carnival treat that only Hot Dog on a Stick may have thought of in the fast-food industry.

Your thirst can be quenched not only by the lemonade but by the other flavors, too. Your choices include cherry, mango, and lime although there may also be seasonal flavors available.

Keep in mind that the Hot Dog on a Stick chain is a fast-food chain with several hot dog stands in certain places, such as on beaches where locals and tourists gather. The service is fast, the crew members are generally friendly, and the ambiance is casual so don’t expect Michelin-rated services and facilities here.  The ambiance can be touristy, too, although not as often as the Hot Dog on a Stick chain loses its local nostalgic charm.

To learn more about Hot Dog on a Stick or to find a location near you, visit their website at hotdogonastick.com.

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