Classic. With a menu similar to the one at its downtown location, this restaurant features sophisticated hot dogs, duck fat fries and unusual sandwiches like the "Lobster BLT" and the "Sweet Potato Falafel Sandwich." The main differences between the two restaurants is that this one is much bigger and has plenty of convenient parking. It also has patio seating that faces Summit Park. This is a delightful place for having a beer and a Korean hot dog (topped with kimchi) on a summer evening. The dining room, with its concrete floor, exposed overhead pipes and ductwork, has a vibrant and sometimes noisy urban atmosphere. Though the decor is decidedly informal, the staff here are quite serious about food. How often do you see hot dogs and roasted marrow bones on the same menu? The bar is expansive and can be quite busy. While this restaurant does not accept reservations, it does have call ahead seating.