Citysearch Editorial Review.
The Dogfather has the kind of pleasantly divey décor (moose antlers, picnic tables, movie stills of Eastwood and Sinatra) that you don’t often see in San Francisco restaurants. But you also don’t often see a three-part menu made up almost entirely of hot dogs. It starts with classic six- or 12-inch dogs served with traditional toppings like mushrooms, cheese or grilled onions for $.75 each. For more discerning guests there’s the "Gourmet" section which includes fancy sausages like mango and habanero, chicken and basil or Louisiana Hotlink. If that’s just too many decisions for 2am (on weekends The Dogfather is open till bars close) head straight to “Specialty” and don’t stop until you’ve ordered the Dog Corleone, a Sicilian sausage topped with sun-dried tomatoes, mayo, peppers, artichoke hearts and mozzarella cheese. It’s the kind of feast that could easily inspire lines like “Leave the gun AND the cannoli. Take the hot dog.”