When I ordered the poutine dog they made it right in front of me, I believe this was because it was a Wednesday night game, on a rainy day. I would say the park was one third full. When I ordered the late night dog it was Sunday, Mother's day and a sellout. So they had about three of each specialty dogs already made just sitting out. This did not help this dog. The dog itself was still warm but the egg and toppings were cold. Don’t get me wrong, the combination of egg, cheese and bacon always taste good, but this was poorly executed. It starts with the cold, over hard egg. It would have been nice to have a little bit of a runny yoke to add a kind of sauce to the dog, but this egg was over cooked. Second, I wish the cheese would have been melted a little more. It seemed like it was put on top of the cold egg and then topped with the cold bacon bits. I do give them credit for not skimping on the bacon and they were great tasting bacon bits. However, that does not cover up the mistakes with the egg and cheese. I do feel if you get this on a less busy day where they have the time to make it right in front of you this dog would be much better.
Overall this dog could be worse and it could be better. If the Tigers keep winning the crowds won’t get any smaller and the freshly made gourmet dogs will be a rare occurrence.
My opinion so far is go with the poutine dog over the Late night dog.