On my lunch break I drove to Home Depot and attempted to find a suitable material for the roof of our chicken coop. Sheet metal, plastic roofing panels, and shingles were all possibilities. I jotted down some prices, and then headed back to my car.
Exiting through the sliding electric doors I was greeted by a small hot dog cart. It was a beautiful early spring day, and a small line patiently waited for a quick lunch. I decided to give Dogs on the Run a try and took my place in the queue.
Dogs on the Run offers all beef hot dogs (in two sizes), Johnston sausages, chips and cokes. I ordered a Jumbo Combo. Moments later I was handed a behemoth foot long hot dog that spilled out of its bun wrapped in a simple piece of foil.
A variety of toppings including yellow mustard, spicy mustard, dill relish, sweet relish, ketchup (why?) and various BBQ sauces were available for the dogs. The woman in front of me scrapped the last of the finely diced onions for their container, and the owner apologized for not having more. Undeterred I topped my nitrate laden beef torpedo with Sabrett Onions in Sauce, mustard, and relish. I grabbed a coke from the cooler, a bag or chips, and headed for the parking lot.
The hot dog was steamed, hot, and I quickly devoured it while watching DIYers stream into Florida’s do it yourself headquarters. I had never had Sabrett Onions in Sauce before and found the tangy red tinged vegetables to be rather delicious. The Coca-Cola was ice cold, and the chips were adequate.
Dogs on the Run did not publish any hours, but I assume they are open similar hours to the Home Depot. The hot dog cart has no online presence, but can be contacted by phone at (850) 566-2652.
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