Vienna Beef Inducts Poor Boy Into the Hot Dog Hall of Fame
When veteran food service operator, Peter Zougras opened Poor Boy in 1987, he had hopes of building a lasting family business. That’s why his son Spiros has been so dedicated to the legacy that his dad bestowed on the family. Since a young boy growing up in nearby Westchester, Spiros has been learning and honing his restaurant skills.
Poor Boy continues to be a community based restaurant while serving Vienna Beef hot dogs and polish sausage. They also serve beef sandwiches, gyros, salads and Italian subs to make up their infamous menu. Together with cousins Tasos and Costa, Spiros continues to greet and satisfy first, second and, even third generations. They are in a great location on the corner of 1st Avenue and Roosevelt. People on their way to Brookfield Zoo and other nearby attractions are able stop in and enjoy their menu.
Now, it’s Vienna’s turn to thank and congratulate Spiros, Tasos, Costas and the memory of Peter Zougras in welcoming Poor Boy of Maywood into the Vienna Beef Hot Dog Hall of Fame. From all of us at Vienna, we wish Poor Boy continuing success.
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