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Zack's Hot Dogs

336-226-4746  •  $
ADDRESS: 201 W Davis St, Burlington, NC 27215

CUISINE: Hot Dogs, Breakfast, Burgers, Sandwiches

FEATURES: Handicap Access, Kid Friendly, Smoke Free, Vegetarian Friendly

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Zack's Hot Dogs has served up Carolina-style chili dogs to downtown Burlington since Zack Touloupas took over Alamance Hot Wienie Lunch in 1928. Could there be a more perfect lunch than a chili dog with slaw, wrapped in a slice of American cheese, and washed down with a glass bottle of Cheerwine (sweet nectar of the Carolinas)? Breakfast sandwiches and biscuits are available in the morning hours. No alcohol available. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun. "Soon after Mr. Toupoulos bought the Alamance Hot Weiner Lunch in 1928, locals began referring to it as 'Zack’s Hot Dogs,' due in part to Zack’s famous chili: a fine-grained meat sauce with no beans, and the bright orange grease left in its wake is reminiscent of similar Greek-style chili sauces in the Albany/Troy, New York area. "
— Chris Ayers & Amy Briesch, Roadfood, Nov. 19, 2010

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Zack's Hot Dogs has served up Carolina-style chili dogs to downtown Burlington since Zack Touloupas took over Alamance Hot Wienie Lunch in 1928. Could there be a more perfect lunch than a chili dog with slaw, wrapped in a slice of American cheese, and washed down with a glass bottle of Cheerwine (sweet nectar of the Carolinas)? Breakfast sandwiches and biscuits are available in the morning hours.
 
"Soon after Mr. Toupoulos bought the Alamance Hot Weiner Lunch in 1928, locals began referring to it as 'Zack’s Hot Dogs,' due in part to Zack’s famous chili: a fine-grained meat sauce with no beans, and the bright orange grease left in its wake is reminiscent of similar Greek-style chili sauces in the Albany/Troy, New York area. "
— Chris Ayers & Amy Briesch, Roadfood, Nov. 19, 2010
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No alcohol available. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner Mon–Sat. Closed Sun.

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