Like any good 80s hit, this eatery has been resurrected for a new generation of hot dog lovers. It relocated inside a food court from the breezy Balboa Peninsula, but serious fans won’t mind the schlep to the chain-filled Irvine Spectrum as long as they can wrap their hands around a toasted New England-style bun filled with a veal and pork hot dog (the signature Coney). Others with a hankering for New York-style hot dogs will find their nirvana with the Sabrett that's usually sold by street vendors in the Big Apple. The Mixed Double, in which two dogs--one Coney and one frank--coexist in a single bun, is a delicious explosion of beef, pork and veal in your mouth. Basic condiments like Zweigle’s red hot dog sauce or yellow mustard relish are included in the price, which stays below the $7 mark. Just remember that the bill can quickly add up if you’re into sauerkraut, chili, cheese, onions, diced tomatoes or any of the other “accoutrements,” which are priced at 50-cents each. The menu features other items like sausages, New York rib-eye sandwiches, buffalo wings and hamburgers.