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Super Duper Weenie in Fairfield, CT
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Super Duper Weenie

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306 Black Rock Turnpike  FairfieldCT  06825

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Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives: Super Duper Weenie

Super Duper Weenie in Fairfield, CT 
Guy Fieri visits Fairfield Connecticut's Super Duper Weenie, and interviews the Greatest Hot Dog Chef in The World: Gary Zemola! http://superduperweenie.com/...  [...]

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  1. anonymous
    Tuesday, February 10, 2009
    Just off 95 with an easy on and off access so we stopped in. The people that worked there were pleasent and friendly and we got a nice "hello" when we walked in. Tried the Chicagoan and New Yorker. The fixens were definitely fresh and tasty but the hot dogs themselves were only luke warm at best. It wasn't that crowded so maybe they pulled them off the grill to early but it definitely was noticeable and took away from the experience. In hindset, I guess I could have sent them back but they were only hot dogs and we were done eating in 5 minutes, so why bother. I'd stop by again but next time I would order the dogs well done to make sure they were hot.
  2. anonymous
    Tuesday, February 10, 2009
    I agree with Big Tool.  These are awesome hot dogs, but there are so many condiments I seem to leave thinking "Did I order the BEST style?"  It's a 4 1/2 but not a 5. However we eat here EVERY year on vacation.  'Nuff said.
  3. anonymous
    Tuesday, February 10, 2009
    Great Hot Dogs!   Super Duper Weenie is also featured in our documentary "A Connecticut Hot Dog Tour" http://CToriginals.com/hotdogs/a-connecticut-hot-dog-tour-trailer/
  4. anonymous
    Tuesday, February 10, 2009
    Great hot dogs! You can really tell that the condiments are freshly made and they offer some very clever combinations. Great fries also. I tried to savor the flavors but succumbed to the urge to consume as much as possible as quickly as possible. My only criticism is that with the New England, for example, it had 1 too many ingrediants. The hot and sweet relishes seemed to cancel each other out. Nonetheless, I'm looking forward to my next roadtrip on I-95 across Connecticut so I can try some more combos. Beware the postage stamp parking lot (just go to the Sym's across the street), and the fairly small dining area (4 large picnic tables).
  5. anonymous
    Tuesday, February 10, 2009
    CRAZY!!! Drove over from my home in Rhode Island just to try the hot dogs.  Thought I'd have one.  I lied ... I had 6!  Eachone different and eachone better than the next.  This is a must stop!

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