Everyone watches their funds these days, but I've been pinching pennies since the day I got my hands on a nickel. I loaned my sister a dollar once and tried to charge her interest on it, and told me 2nd grade teacher that I "wanted to be a loan shark when grew up," based on my mom's commentary about the aforementioned loan. So, a $10 hot dog seemed a little steep to me - but I figured there had to be something to it if people keep paying the $10 for them.
The cocktail was perfect and distinct, and funky in the same way that grass-fed beef is the very first time you taste it. The dog was not only only the best actual frank I've ever tasted, but the best all-together hot dog and probably in my top ten stateside food experiences, period. $10 seems negligible once you taste it, because I'd gladly pay $20 for one right now.
You all know I rarely give 5 out of 5 sporks - but Senate really won me over. For the quality you're getting, the price is perfectly reasonable and the service was unparalleled. I've tried to think about any way one could improve upon the food, but the only answer is "MORE OF THAT."