Their Chicago style dogs and cheesy Italian beef are must try ...great Chicago signatures sandwiches at midway airport
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Always on the visit stop while waiting to board. The line is getting longer and open 24 hours, so good news. Had the italian beef combo, includes fries and a fountain drink. Had the beef on french bread dipped, "wet", with green peppers and giardinier....More
Morning omelets, Lunch/ dinner Italian roast beef (add jalapenos), or polish sausage with EVERYTHING are all fantastic! Always has line but they move about 6-7 people thru in 5 minutes so VERY worth the wait! Wonderful toppings, meats & service.
Had to have one since I make it to Chicago only every couple of years. Sesame seed bun, all beef wiener, sport peppers, celery salt, tomatoes, neon green relish and onions if you're not familiar with the item known as a Chicago Dog.
Was waiting at the airport to catch a flight home and decided to grab a bite to eat. Went to the food court and got in the longest line I could find since this, to me, is an indicator of good food. I ordered a...More
We had about 50 minutes to eat and get to our gate for our next flight. Fast service and good food. We had a dog and some chili to eat on the run. Dog was grilled well and had a good snap to the casing,...More
Stopped in to grab a bit with the family before boarding our plane. The food was OK, but the system they have of ordering and paying is nuts. They missed a few items we ordered and it was difficult to take care of it with...More
Oh man, that was one of the nastiest hot dogs I've ever had. Not the toppings - they were fine. The quality of the meat was just so...low. Unfortunately for me, I bought two of them and had to choke them down. Overpriced, low quality,...More
This Gold Coast Dogs is located at Midway Airport in the Triangle Food Court. We decided to try a gold coast dog, but we found that we have had better, especially for the price. The staff was efficient, though the line seemed to grow. They...More
You're between flights. Airlines no longer feed passengers anything but microscopic bags of sugar and mystery- stuff coated peanuts or tiny pretzels. You are hungry. You are captive. You get in a line, order, pay, wait, get food, eat. The menu here, though small, is...More