Johnny & Hanges
23-20 Maple Ave, Fair Lawn, NJ
Johnny and Hanges is a good example of how a brand or a legendary fast food restaurant falls on hard times, but then is revived by new ownership and restores it to its former glory. Johnny and Hanges, which opened in 1939 in Paterson, went through a long decline in the 1980’s and multiple owners until filing for bankruptcy back in the late 90’s. In 1999, an enterprising deli owner bought the rights to the name and the restaurant’s chili recipe for $20,000 and re-opened the restaurant at a brand new location in Fair Lawn. It’s now doing gangbusters business.
Elvis worship is a common theme at Johnny and Hanges.
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See? The food is rich in healthy Omega 9 oils.
An “all the way” dog, with chili, raw onion and mustard. The chili has an interesting flavor, its heavy on the cinnamon. Along with the raw onion and mustard, the combination works great. The dogs are a blander natural casing type of dog, which is then deep-fried.
A dog with hot onions and mustard.
White Cheese and Gravy Fries. So bad, yet so good.