Scope The Menu For Hot Dog Pete’s, Now Open In Summerhill

Nick Pihakis of Jim N’ Nick’s Bar-B-Q is behind the restaurant which slings charcoal-cooked dogs, onion rings, milkshakes, and more.
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Hot Dog Pete’s, a new quick-service restaurant from Nick Pihakis of Jim N’ Nick’s Bar-B-Q, is now open in Summerhill.

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The hot dog joint, first announced in May 2019, opened for the first time last week for dine-in including on the patio (which is shared with yet-to-open sister eatery Hero Doughnuts) as well as for takeout and delivery, at 25 Georgia Avenue SE.

The menu at Hot Dog Pete’s, shown below, features dogs cooked over charcoal, available in a vegan options, and served along with sides such as onion rings, waffle fries, and collard greens.

Floats and milkshakes round out the currently-available drink offerings. Beer is inbound.

Hot Dog Pete’s is part of a redevelopment of the Summerhill neighborhood by Carter and joins a slew of already-debuted restaurants including Halfway Crooks Beer, Junior’s Pizza, and Wood’s Chapel BBQ with others on the way including Concept, D Boca N Boca, Redacted, and Press Start.

What Now Atlanta has reached out to the restaurant for a hi-res copy of its menu, but take a look at the photo below in the meantime:

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I.P.30307since1987!
22 days ago

Sounds like there’s plenty of weiners to go around in the ATL!

citizenseven
21 days ago

Nothing like restaurant prices to make me feel old.

I.P.30307since1987!
21 days ago
Reply to  citizenseven

So an eight dollar hot dog is just now making you realize this?

I.P.30307since1987!
21 days ago

Actually a curated, small batch, haute cuisine $8 hot dog sounded like a bargain to me.
Kinda scary…

citizenseven
21 days ago

Two things that didn’t exist in my youth: $8 hot dogs and haute cuisine hot dogs. And I’m not THAT old. What a time to be alive …

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