Let’s be Frank Restaurant Review, San Francisco
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Let's be Frank
3318 Steiner Street (At Chestnut)
San Francisco, CA 94129
Let’s be Frank is a new hot dog restaurant in San Francisco’s Marina district. They used to have a stand at SBC Park. The dogs are made from premium cuts of grass-fed beef and the brats from pure heritage pork. Both use organic spices. No nitrates, nitrates, preservatives, filler or junk. They have a limited menu with a couple dogs, sides, and sweets. You can find the dogs in select local grocery stores.
Decor, Vibe – Tiny location with a small counter and a couple tables outside. Locals of all ages were stopping in for a quick hot dog.
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Frank Dog ($5.50) with freshly grilled onions tasted average, nothing special. It is great it is full of healthy ingredients but the hot dog tasted just slightly above average. The dog’s casing was pretty thick.
Brat Dog ($5.50) with Chili Sauce ($2) is a family farmed pork bratwurst on an Acme bun with a messy, slightly spicy chili sauce on it. It was pretty big but uninspired. Pickles had a better chili dog on a recent visit.
Let’s be Frank took about 3 minutes to get the food ready. The hot dogs were decent but nothing to drive around for. Better bets are Top Dog or Rosamunde Sausage Grill. Many times healthy does not translate into taste.
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