Voodoo Dog makes it in the Gameday Guide as one of the best local eateries in Tallahassee. Even if you’re not visiting the campuses or catching a football game, there’s plenty to see and do in Tallahassee.
Voodoo Dog is on the top-ten list of local Tallahassee restaurants that need your support during the Coronavirus crisis. They have some pretty great options, and when you can, I highly suggest you eat there because you’ll love the posters and their arcade machine.
In this awesome spread in the Visit Tallahassee’s 2020 visitor’s guide Voodoo Dog is ranked as the number one place to eat hot dogs in Tallahassee with the Jefferson being the hot dog featured.
The Taste of Home magazine ranked Voodoo Dog as the number one place to eat hotdogs in the state of Florida! VooDoo Dog will cast a spell on you with hot dog creations like the Atomic Veggie, or the Wake-N-Bake topped with bacon and a fried egg. Plus, their restaurant is a trip down ’80s and ’90s memory lane. The wall decor includes rock albums, Q*bert and a portrait of Princess Leia eating a hot dog.
Reader’s Digest ranked Voodoo Dog as the number one place to eat hot dogs in the state of Florida. At Voodoo Dog, their garnishes definitely make it. All-beef franks are nestled inside super soft buns and then topped with creative combos of toppings like a fried egg and cheddar cheese or hummus and cucumber. Don’t knock it ’til you try it!
The mac-n-cheese hot dog from this small Florida shop will blow you away. Get ready for a next-level hot dog experience that is nothing like the Babylonians used to make.
Sure, the hot dogs are the specialty of the house (try the Abe Frohman dog if you’re in a Ferris Bueller mood) but Voodoo Dog’s hamburgers are the best hangover cure in the city.
The Voodoo Burger did indeed cast a sausage-y spell on me that I haven’t been able to shake. For the non-believers, I took a couple of bites of the burger patty without the kielbasa and it’s worthy, which will be next time’s plan of attack.
The Voodoo Dog mural spans over 7,928 feet, depicting ‘The Apotheosis of Frank’, a tale of an average hot dog, Frank, and his ascent into divinity. Voodoo Dog has been around since 2009 and is located in the All Saint’s district, near the corner of Gaines and Macomb.