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Karen Nagy said:   May 19, 2010 4:51 pm PST
I haven't had a decent hot dog since leaving Jersey twenty years ago. My family and I used to go to J & H at least twice a month. First time I went back we went to J& H's for a dog. Philly steak sandwiches were great also. I'm glad that you are finally expanding. Any chance you guys will go south? We have a hot dog vendor(you know with the cart) and his dogs are pretty decent but it makes us remember going to J& H's. We miss going to your place a lot. From the tv show I Get That a Lot it looks like the restaurant got bigger and more roomier than the store that we remember. Did you do a major renovation?

Steve Schein said:   May 19, 2010 4:31 pm PST
I was watching "I Get That a Lot" tonight and couldn't believe it when I saw a t-shirt from Johnny and Hanges. I'm 69 and from Patterson and used to eat there with my best friend when we were 15. Great memories from such a long time ago.

Ken Bonagura said:   April 27, 2010 5:09 am PST
I grew up with these every thursday night at the Paterson location on the river, I moved to North Carolina 18 years ago and have been in DT's for your Hot Dogs for 2 decades, open a place in the SOUTH........ALL THE WAY baby.

Bob Zanotti said:   March 23, 2010 6:42 am PST
Hi from Switzerland! I was born in Paterson and raised in Hawthorne (HHS Class of â??64). At least once a week my parents would drive over the bridge to Johnny and Hanges on River Street for â??soups and french to goâ?. Iâ??ll never forget those white paper packages weâ??d take home, nor will I forget the pizzeria across the street where we also used to go. It was great being a kid back in the 50â??s and 60â??s and J&H was a major part of it. Business and marriage took me to Switzerland back in 1970. I keep up the J&H tradition by making my own version of your famous sauce. I come close, but itâ??s just not the same. Unfortunately, I turned vegetarian back in the 80â??s, so all I have of your hot dogs today is memories. Hey how about a vegetarian version using meatless dogs! Next time Iâ??m in town Iâ??ll have to try your vegi sub. LEN ROUGHGARDEN â?? hey, we knew each other from school. You (and anyone else I know) can contact me through my website: Would love to hear from old Hawthorne friends. Bob

Maria Fousse said:   March 17, 2010 9:11 am PST
WOW! The cannoli's made it back to Texas in one piece!! Thanks for packing them so well!! We enjoy visiting NJ and ya'lls place everytime we come up! Ya'll need to open a store down south and bring the taste to the cowboys! Thanks again!

Diane Rainey said:   March 14, 2010 3:04 pm PST
Circa..1970's me and my four siblings visiting my grandma hart on the east side of paterson. We were a bunch of white breads from Butler..and we loved going to see her and especially being treated to J & H, dogs fried and soday. As a young single women i I lived in CLifton area and am familiar with all the hot dog guys are high on the list. YUMMMMM.. Live back up here in nortern Passaic and we are lucky there are a few places..not as good as paterson so we make the trip down. thanks for the memories.

Patricia A. Finkle said:   March 9, 2010 6:12 pm PST
It is a favorite spot for us, my son and now his son (14 months old). We were there just last Saturday night and William not only loved his hotdog but some of our rounds. We come from Morris county. There is no place like J and H.

ruth borkowski said:   March 7, 2010 12:35 pm PST
I ate there once and I was hooked. I had a veggie sub and it was so good..

ruth borkowski said:   March 6, 2010 3:09 pm PST
my first time there and i loved it. i had a veggie sub and it was delicious.

Steven M Hodell said:   March 6, 2010 10:06 am PST
Every now and then, Steve Hodell gets an urge for one of his favorite hot dogs. And Hodell doesn't let the facts that he lives in Rhode Island and his favorite hot-dog joint is four hours away, in Fair Lawn, N.J., stop him from heading for Johnny & Hange's Jersey style Hot Texas Wieners.

Marie Brand said:   February 16, 2010 8:57 am PST
One of the best of my childhood memories--driving in after visiting family for hamburgers "all-the-way"! (This was one of my father's favorite lunch spots, too.) I live in Burbank CA now, but whenever I visit family in NJ I always make it a point to stop in to J&H's for a burger and fries.

Bruce Johnson said:   February 5, 2010 5:49 am PST
One of my fondest childhood and young adult memories is of my father taking us to your River Street stand for an all the way dog... Each time I came home on military leave (back in the late 60â??s) I made it my mission to have a half dozen dogs at Johnny and Hanges. In my 21-year military career, I literally traveled the world, and never found a place that served an â??All The Wayâ? dog like yours. Do you ship your â??All the wayâ? dogs? If so, can you send me a price list so I can give you an order? Sincerely, Bruce Johnson

Len Roughgarden said:   January 12, 2010 5:27 pm PST
It was 1968 the last time I had a footlong from your establishment. I'm planning a trip back to Jersey this summer and I will be stopping in... looking forward to it!!!

Debbie Muller said:   January 12, 2010 11:01 am PST
I cannot believe I found this on the google. This is a favorite part of my childhood. I left Fair Lawn back in 1964, right when the Beatles were expected to play Shea Stadium. We lived above the Val Chevorlet dealership in Glenn Rock and made the trip to J&H at its original location. Even my grandma in her 60's back then remembers the green striped beverage cups. I wish there was a way you guys could sell this stuff everywhere, at least the hot dog sauce. Florida has nothing on New Jersey. Please come down here.

Bruce Johnson said:   January 10, 2010 6:33 am PST
I have traveled all over the world and never found anything close to the fantastic flavor of the "Johnny & Hanges" "All the Way" dogs. I would like to know if they ship to other states?

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