Not Your Ordinary Hot Dogs at Trolly Stop
If you are craving a hotdog, but want something unique, come in to the Trolly Stop and build your own custom gourmet wiener. This charming venue was founded by B.C. Hedgepath in 1976. The restaurant was first called “Station 1” and was located on Wrightsville Beach’s trolly line, where it still stands today.
Despite changing owners, the store has maintained its mom and pop image. When guests start building their hot dog, they can pick from an all-beef Sabrett, a beef and pork Original Trolly, the Carolina Smoked Sausage, the Vegetarian soy dog, a fat free turkey option, or a gluten free hotdog. They have catered to all hotdog lovers’ tastes with the freshest ingredients, such as: onions, tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, homemade coleslaw, chili, baked beans, and all-beef chili.
You can enjoy more than a hotdog at this great food venue while you take in the invigorating ocean breeze. The Trolly Stop also serves up hamburgers, nachos, ham and cheese sandwiches, grilled cheese sandwiches, grilled pimentos, French fries, cookies, ice cream, shakes and floats. The atmosphere is fun and festive and accompanied by a friendly and accommodating staff. If you want, you can even get take out and walk the beach while you enjoy your delicious food.
If you are tired of the same old boring burgers and hotdogs, Trolly Stop allows you to create over a thousand combinations based on five types of hotdogs, two types of burgers, and thirteen fresh toppings. There are suggested hotdog styles too; with fun names such as Surfer, Nuclear, North Carolina, Southport, Cape Fear, and many others. Drinks served here include bottled water, green tea, Gatorade, and fountain Pepsi, to name a few.
If you are craving something fun and delicious, drop by Trolly Stop in Southport. For more information, visit their website at www.trollystophotdogs.com, call them at 910.297.8416, or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.