Sunday, January 22, 2006

Brandi's World Famous Hotdogs

So! It is Bandi’s Famous Hotdogs instead of Brandy’s FHd. Photos hardly ever lie.

As I mentioned Brandi is still using the spicy chili recipe that the previous owner Betty used. Not only is she still using the spicy chili recipe but also still using Betty’s oldest daughter (or at least I think it is her daughter). She still works there in the same position in the kitchen area. Which she should get credit for honing in with sensitive ears when a customer gives an order. Many times before Brandi or the waitress can give her the order slip she has it ready.

Brandi looks to be under 30 years of age, maybe closer to 25. Not only did she keep Betty’s recipe for spicy chili but she added a little spice herself. Sometimes she wears short shorts and a lo-cut blouse.

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Blogger kenju said...

Nice photo; now we need one of Brandi (for the guys, of course).

8:03 PM  
Blogger ET said...

I think her marketing plan did improve busiess. Use to when Betty was at the Helm they were not busy before 11:45 and after 1:00. Now they are busy from 10:30 until 2:00.
She must be a marketing genius.
By the way, in the local paper in a interview when she first bought Betty's she said she was going to have pictures of the building at various stages as different businesses.
The novelty must have died before getting started good. There is one black and white picture when the building was a service station, hanging in a crooked frame. It has been crooked for over a year now.

3:28 AM  
Blogger Carolyn said...

After reading these last 2 posts, I am starving!!

9:23 AM  
Blogger ET said...

I should have told this story in the tune of "Alice's Restaurant".

5:32 PM  
Anonymous rezuleta said...

Indeed, 'Brandi's Famous Hot
Dogs' are some of the best southern style, hot chili slaw dogs I've ever tasted along with their chili cheese fries and/or chili slaw burger. But, be sure to have plenty of sweet-tea or soft-drink handy to wash down (cool off) after the spicy seasoning kicks in ... usually after the 1st dog, specially if you eat it without the cole slaw.
PS. If I'm not mistaken, Brandi Wilson is not the fry cook, but the hostess and sometimes waitress at the Marietta location. Her sister runs the Cartersville branch.

8:33 AM  
Blogger ET said...

I agree, her hotdogs are delicious. They are spicy enough to loosen up my sinuses - but too spicy that I have to dive in a lake or anything.
From what I see, Brandi runs the cash register and also is one of the two waitresses. At the Marietta Brandi's The cook was also the cook when Betty owned the business - then it was Betty's World Famous Hotdogs. I may be wrong, but judging by family likeness, I suspect the cook is Betty's daughter.

8:44 AM  

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