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8 thoughts on “Yo, Bremerton – It’s a Dog Gone Shame

  1. Happened to be in the area this morning and stopped by for a Sabrett and a soda. The Sabrett dog was melt-in-your-mouth good. The bun could have been bigger and better (to better hold in the saurkraut, relish, mustard, and ketchup).

    A worthy lunch for $5.

    Regards,
    Kathryn Simpson

  2. Thanks for the input on the bun. Bread is a challenge around here! I am glad you liked the product, it has certainly come along way for you to enjoy! Many thanks for all of the great feedback I have gotten in person. It is my goal to provide the absolute best street food experience in Kitsap county

  3. RV – Don’t even think about a veggie Sabrett. It’s hot dog blasphemy. CTH, SK reporter

  4. Fear not Chris, there will never be a veggie dog at my stand. No offense to vegetarians of course, but they just taste horrible and do not hold up to steam and hot water. Tease me as you like, but this is a meat cart true and true!

  5. Not to bring down a feel-good story with reference to our ongoing discussion about the Port (and City) of Bremerton’s multiple fiascos but…

    “There was not enough traffic there to support the business,” said Lipson, explaining his move from the boardwalk”

    Soooo… the marina, the government center, the park, the tunnel… all the downtown renewal and…

    it still hasn’t brought enough traffic TO SUPPORT A HOTDOG CART!!!

  6. Not to worry Chris and Uptown Mike: I haven’t had a hot dog for over 30 years and even then it wasn’t enjoyable. There is zero interest on my part in a vegetarian version. Besides, I’m quite picky about where I eat. Stands and carts are simply not my thing.

    However, a good-natured teasing for its own sake? That I can most certainly manage. Stay tuned.

  7. With regard to Blue Light, the marina opened up to roughly 30% of its capacity In in short it was mostly empty and from what I understand remains that way. It gets very active when there is an event such as the grand opening. The tunnel project literally put many businesses under during the course of its construction as it restricted flow downtown. The park is lovely but indeed was not “buzzing” with activity for the last two years as construction scared people away and there is a parking issue in downtown Bremerton. The downtown renewal? It is years away from being any kind of viable downtown. When and if it is done, I am sure the city of Bremerton will court every deep pocket chain that will give them their attention. Independent business has no future in downtown Bremerton. The dozen or so days throughout the year that are viable, in no way makes up for the 350 plus days that are not. For the record, a “HOT DOG CART” is a very viable high profit business.

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