1. Does Rootin’ Tootin’ HOT DOGS deliver?
Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs does deliver to downtown Stroudsburg and up and down the I-80 corridor. There is a $10 minimum deliver charge, please call us for more information. (570) 517-7126
2. Why doesn’t Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs serve All Beef Hot Dogs?
At Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs we made a commitment to serve the best product available, which is why we sourced local, all-natural hot dogs. These all-natural dogs are already more expensive, then a dog with fillers. If we were to source an all beef organic dog, the cost would be too high for the consumer to have a perceived value.
3. Do you have an alternative hot dog for people who can’t eat pork for religious reasons?
Rootin’ Tootin’ has two alternative dogs. One is our vegetarian dog, and the other a non-organic kosher beef dog. Please note: These dogs are kept frozen, and therefore take a little extra time to prepare.
4. What is our vegetarian dog made out of?
Filtered water, vital wheat gluten, expeller pressed safflower oil, organic expeller pressed palm fruit oil, barley malt, naturally flavored yeast extract, tomato paste, apple cider vinegar, paprika, sea salt, onions, spices, whole wheat flour, garlic, natural liquid smoke, caraway, celery seed, ground yellow mustard, paprika oleoresin
5. Is Rootin’ Tootin’ a chain or a franchise?
Rootin’ Tootin’s is proudly locally owned and operated.
6. Why Is Rootin’ Tootin’ HOT DOGS Cash Only?
The Bank fee for credit cards are cost prohibited for a small business.
7. Why does the store ATM charge a fee?
The ATM is a business and is provided by a local amusement company. The fee goes to them, not Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs or a bank. It is there for the convenience of those with credit cards. (Don’t want to pay a fee? We agree. That’s why we don’t take credit cards. WAWA down the street has a no-charge ATM.)
8. Does Rootin’ Tootin’ Hot Dogs cater?
We do cater events. Please call the store for more information.
9. What kind of tree are the counter tops made of?
The counters are made from an One-Hundred and Thirty year old ash tree; that came out of the owner’s back yard.