I never heard of this place before. But apparently it was founded at Navy Pier by 2 brothers, who went around and gathered famous dog recipes from around the country:
I tried the Maxwell Street Polish. It being navy Pier, the place lacks authenticity. You’re getting served by college kids who could just as easily be working at a Chipotle. But the place is clean and they’ve got a system to maintain consistency.
Polish, fries & regular Mountain Dew – $15. That’s Navy Pier pricing, folks. The Polish was flavorful; the bun fresh and steamed; the sport peppers, onions & mustard all were correct – but it was almost, like, too manufactured…too uniform? Like it came out of a Polish sausage-making machine. I revert to the word ‘authenticity.’ Maybe it was just the food court atmosphere that made me feel cold and unloved. I like my Polish with a side of love.