Saturday October 13, 2018
Honey’s is back open now. However access from Honeysuckle / Fortner is blocked. Using Brannon Stand rd to Fortner is open.
We are looking to hire a waitress who can work every Friday and Saturday and fill in during the week as needed. If you or someone you know is interested please stop on by and we can set up an interview.
Happy National Hot Dog Day!
Today only, Enjoy $1 off a Chili Dog Combo!
(dine in only, July 18, 2018)
Honey’s will be closed July 3rd and 4th this year. We look forward to serving you again, Thursday the 5th.
PARTS OF BRANNON STAND ROAD AND FORTNER STREET MAY BE CLOSED WEST OF HONEYS FOR A WHILE, BUT FORTNER WILL REMAIN OPEN EAST OF US ALL THE WAY TO THE CIRCLE. TRAWICK ROAD AND BOB HALL ROAD WILL REMAIN OPEN, SO THAT YOU CAN STILL GET YOUR CHILI DOG FIX WITHOUT INTERUPTION.
Honey’s is seeking to expand our team! 2 positions are open.
1 for Kitchen and 1 for Waitress.
Saturday availability is a requirement. Apply online or in store.
DOTHAN (WTVY) -
Honey's Hot Dog in Dothan is known as the place "Where Man Bites Dog."
And Wednesday the restaurant on Fortner Street lived up to it's name.
It was packed at Honey's for “National Hot Dog Day”.
Hot dog lovers got them all the way, but one girl went all the way and then some.
Kinleigh Williams says:
"I like ketchup on it and sometimes i put pickles on it and cheese."
Honey's offers up all kinds of hot dogs and toppings, but they’re best known for using traditional “red” hotdogs.
By Jalen Bivens |
Posted: Wed 5:05 PM, Jul 19, 2017 |
Updated: Wed 6:22 PM, Jul 19, 2017
Great service, friendly staff, and delicious food. Our Kentucky family will be back when we visit our Alabama relatives again.
It’s an excellent lunch and “feel-good” hometown spot.