Columbus hot dog joint Dirty Frank’s may be making plans to expand. According to a recently filed permit with the city, Dirty Frank’s has applied to renovate an existing restaurant space at 2036 N High St, in a space that formerly housed a Poke Bros. The projected job value for the work to be performed is $80,000, according to information found in the permit filing.
What Now Columbus reached out to Dirty Frank’s to learn the timeline for opening and the seating capacity for the new space, but didn’t receive a response at the time of this article’s publication.
Dirty Frank’s serves hot dogs dressed up with a plethora of toppings, complete with clever names, such as The Classy Lady, which is a dog adorned with cheese sauce and crushed potato chips, as well as the Razzle Dazzle, a weiner topped with grilled peppers, onion and cream cheese, and the Spicy Slaw Dog, garnished with cole slaw, mustard, onion and sriracha drizzle.
In addition to the dogs, the menu also features sides like onion rings, tots and pretzel bites, and a number of beverages, ranging from beer and cocktails to assorted soft drinks and floats.