DOTHAN (WTVY) - Honey's Hot Dog in Dothan is known as the place "Where Man Bites Dog."
And Wednesday the restaurant on Fortner Street lived up to it's name.
It was packed at Honey's for “National Hot Dog Day”.
Hot dog lovers got them all the way, but one girl went all the way and then some.
Kinleigh Williams says:
"I like ketchup on it and sometimes i put pickles on it and cheese."
Honey's offers up all kinds of hot dogs and toppings, but they’re best known for using traditional “red” hotdogs.
"Whereas here at hunts instead of using a red hotdog they use an all-beef hotdog.”
Over at 'hunt's seafood restaurant and oyster bar' on Campbellton Highway, a national hot dog day special kept the customers coming in for lunch.
Gwen Angelino of Dothan ate her hotdogs with raw oysters Wednesday. She says it's a great combo.
"Hot dogs are a big staple of any event and you can buy them anywhere. And they go crazy when you have a big crowd."
Honey's owner says he will start selling “fried” hot dogs within a couple of weeks.