Reader: What's with soggy buns at Mile High Vienna? Is that a Midwest thing?
Hot dog! Mile High Vienna Stand has moved from its original space on Santa Fe right up the street to a bigger spot with parking! "People kept telling me we were too busy -- something I didn't think was possible," says owner Sonny Jarock. "But this new space is great and things couldn't be going better. It's a dream come true."
Says Denver Dave:
Nice. They really needed more space - looks great. Love their dogs and fries. The Italian beef - not so much. That soggy bun thing must be a Midwest preference that I just don't get. And you can totally skip what they refer to as chili (more like sloppy Joe filling - no spice at all). Really ruined a great dog with it and some processed cheese product recently.
Have you tried Mile High Vienna? Is a soggy bun really a Midwest preference? And what's your favorite dog in town?
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