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Wild About Harry’s

The line is often out the door at Wild About Harry’s at 3113 Knox Street in Dallas.  You’ll know it by the giant hot dog outside the door.  An entire menu of hot dogs, many named for cities and states, and ice cream (family recipe custard) and shakes (try a “concrete” mixture of custard and toppings) – what more could you need?  They have espresso too, but I haven’t tried it.also at Wild About Harry's


March 20, 2010 - Posted by | Edible, Knox Henderson | , , ,


  1. Thanks, for adding us to your site.
    I think your site is a lot of fun and very informative.
    I will put you on our facebook and

    Comment by Sydney | April 7, 2010 | Reply

  2. LOVE this place! It reminds me of a favorite in my hometown of Tampa. All beef hot dogs are hard to find. The frozen custard is delicious too!!! My husband and I make a special point to get the custard if we are anywhere near Wild About Harry’s.

    Comment by Jennifer | April 20, 2010 | Reply

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