Because I don’t know.
But during our lunch no one ordered any of these. Because you come to Skeeter’s for one thing only—hot dogs. “Skeeter dogs are a rather simple dog. Plain white hot dog buns with red weiners. Both are
Now let me start my saying that I really don’t like hot dogs unless they are the Sonoran Dogs served at El Guero Canelo in Tucson. But I usually have some in the freezer because they make a quick and
“slaw” dogs ($1.85 each) with chili, slaw, onions, and mustard (right). Except I “held the mustard.” (I am also not fond of yellow hot dog mustard.) For Chuck, it was one regular with mustard, onion, and chili and one regular with onion only (below).
“literally buried under chili, mustard, ultra creamy slaw that's almost more of a sauce, and super finely diced fresh onions…. The fresh tasting, mild chili has none of the Greek flavor or heat that you find in some places…” (seriouseats.com). And sides are limited to your choice of bagged salty snacks.
I won’t even try to assign an Addie rating to Skeeter’s and you may
“Another absolutely iconic Southern chili dog joint—and make no mistake, it is a joint…. Folks who come need to understand what this place, and others like it, are—they serve a Southern chili dog that consists of a red wiener, meaty chili with some flavor, on a soft soggy bun, with a healthy smear of mustard, freshly cut onions, and/or a creamy cole slaw…. There is no bath room available, and there is no lemon for your water. They have other sandwiches, but why bother. If you don't adore vintage Southern chili dogs, you'll want to pass this place by.”