Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Chicken Sausage Hotdogs At Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand

Just like the name implies, this is just a stand. Inside of the stand is a standing room where you can order. There are some tables outside to enjoy your meal. But in this 5 billion degree Atlanta heat, it's difficult to eat outside. But Mr. Kitty runs around outside anyway so I can tough it out. 

Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand is your standard hot-dog stand with a gimmick. All of their sausages are chicken, like their name suggests. Their dogs' names also seem suggestive: The Hot Mess, The Three Way, The Naked Slider, etc. Being in the EAV, they have to try to be cool, unique, and hip. Heck, even their Website looks decent and Web 2.0-ish for a restaurant Website. 

One thing I like about the hotdogs is their size. They look big. The sausages aren't some tiny chicken sausages. They are a good size. 

They also come on Holeman & Finch's hoagie roll. I think Holeman & Finch makes pretty decent bread, especially their hamburger buns, so it provided a nice taste compared to your normal hotdog buns. I like their buns almost more than their sausages. 

Even though they have a hotdog named The Hot Mess, nearly all of them seem messy. They pile on the toppings and you can't eat them without getting the toppings all over your clothes, mouth, hair, eyes, etc.

The Three Way

The Hot Mess
The Naked Slider seems like the the only exception. I like it because it looks simple. They also provide different condiments so you can dress your dog up yourself.

The Naked Slider

The Three Way Again. I guess I like Three Ways.
Their Big Sausage Salad is great for the low carb dieters. It's just their sausage covered in vegetables. It comes with no bun. I think it's a great idea, but there's no way I will not eat a H&F hoagie roll if they offer it. But any way you cut it, it's just a salad with a chicken sausage.

The Big Sausage Salad
For dessert, they offer Cake Shakes. They just dump a whole cupcake into a milkeshake mix. It results in a delicious shake but with a grainy texture. But if you're not lactose intolerant and not on a diet, it's worth a try.

Speaking of lactose intolerance, they don't have public bathrooms. So you better empty your bladder before you come here—or don't get the cake shake if you're lactose intolerant.

Overall, I liked it. But I prefer the beefy sausages better than chicken. It just tastes beefier and better, you know? But I would not mind coming back here again. Mr. Kitty gives it 3.5 paws up.

Delia's Chicken Sausage Stand
489 Moreland Ave
Atlanta, GA 30316
(404) 474-9651
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