This entry refers to a departed business that has closed or left town. All information here is for historical reference only.


Owner Tim Flanagan serving up the dogs and the pulled pork.

In front of Aggie Liquor on L Street
Monday-Saturday 11AM-5PM
Tim Flanagan
May 2011
Payment Methods
Cash or Credit

Flanagan's Dogs offered three kinds of dogs: regular hot dogs ($3.00), hot links ($3.75) and Chicago style hot dogs ($3.75). He also offered BBQ pulled pork ($5.00). Flanagan had to close up shop for a variety of reasons, most of which involved Davis being an anal retentive sort of town that hates this sort of business. You once could have had your choice of fresh condiments added to any menu item; he also offered sautéed onions and chili as toppings. (For those that prefer fresh onions, those are included in the fresh condiments, along with tomatoes, etc.) A small menu, yes, but everything is very delicious. He was planning on getting vegetarian hot dogs for those who don't eat meat. Poor Flanagan; sometimes dreams come to naught.

Drinks were also sold, like water and soda, as well as chips. For a short time, Flanagan's Dogs was located in front of Mace Market on 5th Street before moving to its most recent location in front of Aggie Liquor. Of course, being relatively mobile, moving is not as hard for him as it is for some other businesses, except for the fact that competing businesses hate him like the plague.

Offerings as of 6 June 2011. Pulled pork with sautéed onions


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2011-05-13 23:34:56   Yeah, just a little personal opinion. I would recommend the place. The Chicago style hot dogs are delicious. —JeffIsHere

2011-06-04 19:35:06   This guy was in front of Aggie Liquor today, and said he planned to be there every day. I don't know if this is in addition to the Mace Market location or instead of. I didn't see anything about veggie dogs, but he did have pulled pork, and claimed to offer both pork and beef dogs (it's always hard to know what is really in a dog!). I had a chili dog, which I enjoyed. It was not as good as Hotdogger's, but then again, Hotdogger was not open when I was there, and dog in the hand is better than no dog at all! —CovertProfessor

2011-07-22 17:38:03   ! the pulled pork looks guud —StevenDaubert

2011-07-22 17:59:13   As an alcoholic, I'm no stranger to this store. Why have I never seen this man? Is he some sort of phantom? Do I have to have to chant HOTDOGMAN three times in order to see this disembodied spirit who apparently sells ectoplasmic meat goods? —ScottMeehleib