Salty Frank’s Dogs
Have you been lately? You should. 6 Roger’s Street, Gloucester.
After an afternoon baseball game the other day we wanted a quick, buy yummy, fix for dinner. We didn’t want to cook….but didn’t have the stamina to head out for a sit-down dinner. I also had my hopes set on sitting outside by the water and enjoying more of the nice day we’d been gifted.
We quickly made the decision to head to Salty Frank’s Dogs. We hadn’t been there since we grabbed some dogs and fries to take to Pavilion Beach to watch the Parade of Lights during last September’s Schooner Festival.
Definitely the right choice for that night….and again for this past Saturday. While Salty Frank’s has a picnic table out front for a quick meal, we wanted to head to the sun on the other side of the street and look at the boats. They had no problem at all with us taking their tray…and even a box of napkins…with us to enjoy from our perch in St. Peter’s Square.
My husband had inquired about their new Lobster Salads, but didn’t order one. The owner (Frank, I’m assuming?) threw in a container of salad with a generous chunk of lobster meat as well!
We sat, watched a bigger fish chase the minnows, checked out some of the fishing fleet, enjoyed the warmth of the sun, and chatted about Finn’s game and the week ahead.
A big thanks to Salty Frank’s for being so kind and accommodating. Sometimes totally simple nights like the one we shared are the best.
CHECK OUT SALTY FRANK’S HERE and don’t forget that they have ice cream too!
They’re a pretty great option en route to the beach or out for a day on the boat. Their “Beach Box” consists of 12 hot dogs, 4 bags of chips, and 4 drinks for $32…or substitute fries for the chips for $37. They have lots of other menu items as well.