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Old Posted Jan 9, 2011, 12:20 PM
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Oh hell yeah. Know any good spots around town to find one of those?
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Mine would have to be Jersey Mike's...for those not in Denver yet it would be Potbelly.
I agree, Jersey Mike's makes the best subs.
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Oh hell yeah. Know any good spots around town to find one of those?
Baker's Palace off of Federal is pretty good.
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It seems anything off of Federal or East Colfax has just the best hole in the wall eats. I love it.
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2011, 3:14 PM
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So, what's the best hotdog joint in Denver?
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2011, 4:33 PM
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So, what's the best hotdog joint in Denver?
I have been wondering the same thing for a while now. I know the best nachos are at Racines on 6th and Sherman. But hotdog I'm still on a quest for..
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2011, 5:23 PM
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Mustards Last Stand?

The cart at 16th & Arapahoe is yummy.
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Old Posted Jan 14, 2011, 6:21 PM
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Home depot?
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Best hot dog? Easy! $1.50 Hebrew National Hot Dog and soda at Costco!

No joke, Hebrew National dogs are amazingly good. Maybe Nathan's is a LITTLE better, but damn, they're still awesome dogs!

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Funny, I was thinking the same thing. Their food court in general is pretty damn good.
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Biker Jims?
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The Russian hot dog guy at 18th and Arapahoe of course. Or Steve's Snappin' Dogs on East Colfax. Also, a Chicago hot dog place on West Colfax, near Wadsworth.
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Awesome! I'll have to check those out!
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Here's one.. What's the best pigout spot in Denver?
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There's a Vienna hot dog stand on 21st between Larimer and Market...haven't been there, but looks pretty good.
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That looks amazing. Any sandwich with fresh jalapeños is a win for me.
+1 for the FRESH jalapeños. Pickled ones don't cut it. That does look good.
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Yes, fresh jalapeños are a must.
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What is a fresh Jalapeno not good on? I always try to keep a supply of them at home. YUM to spicy food.

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We're still missing an In-n-Out. Though they are opening a store in Dallas, and there are already some in Utah, so we can't be far off the map, eh?

And yes, speaking as a male between the ages of 18-34, Forever 21 has no appeal to me. Even my sisters never liked to shop there. And you're definitely right about the stupid name.
I heard about In-n-Out opening in Texas. They used to claim they'd never move beyond California for some reason. I bet Denver gets an In-n-Out before a Trader Joes. But I'm not a meat eater, so I don't personally care if In-N-Out comes here. Although it would be weird to see one without the trademark crossed palm trees in front.

Forever 21 implies it's for people who don't dress their age!
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I heard about In-n-Out opening in Texas. They used to claim they'd never move beyond California for some reason. I bet Denver gets an In-n-Out before a Trader Joes. But I'm not a meat eater, so I don't personally care if In-N-Out comes here. Although it would be weird to see one without the trademark crossed palm trees in front.
I've heard before from different sources that In-n-Out never wanted to open a store more than a day's drive away from their headquarters in Los Angeles. They have opened stores in Arizona, Utah, and Nevada (mostly in the last ten years), which I've been told by Californians can be done within a day. I think they're expanding even more, however, because the family that owns it is batshit crazy and now strapped for cash.
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