David Simmons (AKA hubcapburger) answers the call with a fine chili dog from The Hop on Cantrell. He comments:

Here’s a look at the massive foot long chili cheese dog served at The Hop on Cantrell Road in Little Rock. I opted to leave off onions, relish, and slaw. Even with just chili and cheese, this was pretty stout. This is one of those old fashioned drive up food stands that I’d driven past many times with the intention of stopping by at some point. Glad I finally did. The chili cheese dog was great. I’ll definitely be returning soon to try out more of the menu.

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We comment: a chili dog without onions, relish and slaw? Sacrilege.

 

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