Vienna Beef Inducts Mr. D’s Shish-Kabobs to the Hot Dog Hall of Fame
Back in the late 1960’s, Mike and Ann Antonopoulos began a little family restaurant on the northwest side of Chicago. Little did they realize then that this small food specialty shop would become a neighborhood icon nearly a half century later. With the help of their son John, for the past couple of decades, Mr. D’s has been preparing memorable sandwiches to four generations of repeat customers.
As a family owned and operated restaurant preparing great food, many of their customers who have moved to the suburbs and out of town always seem to find their way back; usually bringing in other folks with them so they can brag about this neighborhood gem of their youth. Whether it’s their famous steak sandwich or the equally popular shish-kabob sandwich; or a Vienna Beef hot dog and polish sausage; it’s made with loving care and ingredients. And let’s not forget those amazing fresh cut fries, as well.
Mr. D’s was chosen to be featured on one of the first shows of WGN’s Chicago’s Best nearly ten years ago. Reviewed in Food Industry News and recommended by Alderman Nick Sposato, in addition to other restaurant owners, it’s no wonder that Vienna Beef has chosen to honor Mr. D’s and welcome the Antonopoulos family as the newest member of the Hot Dog Hall of Fame; with heartfelt congratulations and wishing much continued success.