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Ivy League Dogs - Closed

15605 W. Roosevelt St.
Goodyear, AZ 85338
A mom-and-pop beacon among the countless chain restaurants in the West Valley, Ivy League Dogs is well worth a stop for those who find themselves in Goodyear. Using Nathan's franks and Polish links, this clean and friendly outpost deep-fries their dogs and lets use you choose your toppings from an extensive list that includes red or green salsa, mayo, shredded cheese, cukes, pepperoncini, as well as more conventional hot dog accessories. Among the running specials is the excellent Juaninator, a behemoth that includes a quarter-pound frank topped with cheese, chili, french fries, peppers, onions, mustard. At just $6.49, this thing is steal, likely to fill you and a friend. Ivy League also touts it's State Fair-worthy deep-fried Twinkie or deep-fried Oreo. (Hey, we never said this place was good for you. It's just good.)

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