Two double dogs, heavy mustard, hot sauce, ketchup and pickle, chips and pop--imagine shouting that out for half a century.
If you've ever been to Gallipolis, Ohio, there's a little hot dog shop called Remo's. The hot dogs are foot long and so are the smiles of people who've been eating there now for generations.
At this glorified hot dog stand it's standing room only and everyone wants it their own special way.
Remo's has been a Gallipolis landmark for half a century.
The owner, Remo Rocchi, knew when he was a young man he'd turn into a walking institution.
The hot dogs come with the works if you want them. The ribbing comes at no extra charge.
Remo Rocchi and his wife raised 10 children through it all. When people show up at Remo's calories are the last things on their minds. It's a place where people care and through it all, Remo's cares enough to give this piece of advice.
"Go to work for somebody else—today,” Rocchi said.