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The Wieners Circle
Topic Started: Aug 12 2017, 05:01 AM (65 Views)
George K
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The Wieners Circle is a hot dog stand on Clark street in the Lincoln Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois, United States. It is known for its Maxwell Street Polish, Char-dogs, hamburgers, cheese fries, and the mutual verbal abuse between the employees and the customers during the late-weekend hours.
The Weiners Circle opened for business in 1983. Sometime in the early 1990s (circa 1992) Larry Gold, one of the proprietors, called a drunk and distracted customer an "asshole" in order to get his attention. This set off the late-night abuse culture of the restaurant. The atmosphere can range from playful to hostile. The language used by both the staff and customers during these hours is notoriously foul and aggressive. On the weekends, the establishment stays open as late as 5:00 am, drawing many drunken customers who have arrived from bars and clubs.

The nightly tips are very high, and people have worked there for ten years or more.

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Junior Carp
Is this the "special" place you take Mrs. George?
You know, for Valentines Day, or anniversaries???
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I cannot say I would enjoy that. But I bet the hot dogs are good.
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Aug 12 2017, 06:51 AM
Is this the "special" place you take Mrs. George?
You know, for Valentines Day, or anniversaries???
And that's when the fight started. :whome:
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