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Cheat on dinner at Frankie’s Extra Long

by The 100 Companies

Not much has changed at Frankie’s Extra Long since the 1960s when sandwiches were 30 cents each (and you still get a bang for your buck). Sure, you can get a fancy frank up the block, but patrons love the old-school authenticity: The decor is spartan, the menu is sparse and grunge permeates the joint in a good way.

There’s hot sausage, kielbasa, meatballs and the signature foot-long on order, and the dog is served just right with a touch of char, salty crisp casing, toppings that don’t mask the meat and a slightly spicy drizzle of chili and cheese.

– Eve Lederman, The 100 Companies

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