Saw this on food network and figured we would try it out on our visit to Tucson. First off the place is nasty and smells. Second the sonoran dogs were nothing special. I have a better Sonoran hot dog at a roach coach elsewhere. I did like the caramelos though. I say you either love it or hate it. I personally wouldn't waste my time and money to go back to this place. I think i will try his competitor next time I'm in town to try their Sonoran hot dogs.
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