Kosher Hot Dog Mobile Comes To Town

kosher hot dog standPHOTOS: A new Kosher Hot Dog mobile came to Lakewood, brought to you by the chef actor of the Berel & The Bus Driver film, Reuven Brody. The mobile Hot Dog RV, currently parked at the lot of 123 Auto Deals and Elite Emergency Lights on Park Avenue, will be making its way around Lakewood this Summer with a menu which inludes franks, burgers, onion rings, knishes, egg rolls and more.

Beginning Tuesday, until the end of the week, the mobile will be parked at the clubhouse of the Villas, on East Kennedy (Behind Kosher Village).

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37 COMMENTS

  1. I had 2 hot dogs with relish and mustard today and they were great!!! Can’t wait to get some more tomorrow night. It’s great not to have to wait in lines at the store nice and quick service.

  2. can we get a menu and price list?

    and for all those who are going to write – wow what else? wanna hot dog on the scoop too? my answer is – no, just menu and price list.

  3. to #11 you are so right it hurts the little guy whose just trying to make in todays world and to #13 you have just made my day thank you.

  4. Even well-meaning fruma yidden need to have a mashgiach to make sure that they are doing everything kadass ukadin. What if there is a shaila that he’s unaware of?

  5. Neither my mother nor my wife sells frankfurters or any other commodity to the public, and none of us would patronize an establishment where we would have to rely on the expertise of a layman in Kashrus matters.

    Yes, I’m sure he is trustworthy and I’m sure he is ehrlich. But I’m not qualified to farher him nor to examine his truck to see if there is anything he overlooked.

  6. To#13 and 14 the truck has been certified by the ocean county health dept.

    To #8 The menu is shown if you look at the photos it is shown there.

    Come on down to the villas club house tonight to get your hot dogs.

  7. to # 11
    Lkwd Yiddish store owner says:
    April 12, 2011 at 8:27 am

    over head:
    – PURCHASE (instead of rent) the truck!
    – Assorted fees (e.g. ‘waste water’ at “Mobile Home Park” facility
    – PARKING
    – Cowling screen protection insurance
    – National Hot Dog Associaton Membership (voluntary)
    – AAA
    – Hydrometer inspection (bi-monthly)

    PS Remember: When people do things right….others may think it’s free.
    So go stop BY and BUY some geshmakeh, GLATT kosher, yummeeeeee chometz food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Oh – Did I forget to write Kashrus feeeeees……….Yes, They ARE kosher! -GLATT-

  8. I don’t get it! If someone comes up with a way to do business cheaper than you, they should be outlawed? Why don’t you figure out a way to lower your prices? The only guide we have is Shulchan Aruch. If you know where it says that everyone must use the same business model as you, please let me know.

  9. i want to taste some of this food already!!! cant wait to see the truck around. such a good idea. will you be making stops to offices for lunch?? if so, is there a phone number to call?

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