Tasty Tuesday: Snoopy's
By Lindsey Hall, Event Planning and Tourism Intern
Today’s Tasty Tuesday takes us to Snoopy’s! This local chain was started right here in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1978 by founder Steve Webb after he converted a run-down gas station to the small chain’s first location. Since then, Snoopy’s has grown to five locations, four of which are in Raleigh. With a menu full of American classics, you’re bound to find a tasty meal when you stop by.
I visited the location between Meredith College and NC State, which has been serving hungry college students since 2004. When I arrived, a friendly employee took my order at the window. The menu has an array of options for every customer to choose from - hotdogs, hamburgers, sandwiches, soups, salads and, of course, fries. They even offer a “Cake of the Day,” which is sold by the slice.
After skimming the menu, I ordered a Snoopy’s original hotdog with mustard and seasoned fries. My order number was called with hardly any wait time. The fries were crispy, while the hotdog was cooked to perfection with a sweet and spicy tang from the mustard.
Although there weren’t any tables to eat my food at, there was a bench to sit and enjoy the warm spring weather. As I was leaving, I noticed a painting on the side of the building showing the J.S. Dorton Arena and Downtown Raleigh, as well as promoting the Wake County ASPCA, which Snoopy's is a proud supporter of.
The next time you’re unsure where to stop for a quick bite to eat, stop by Snoopy’s! There’s fast, friendly service and delicious food. Your stomach won’t be disappointed!
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