Hot dog stand opening daily

Coupe’s Last Stand, the town’s only mobile food vendor, will be open seven days a week starting this week, said owner Vickie Chambers.

Coupe’s Last Stand, the town’s only mobile food vendor, will be open seven days a week starting this week, said owner Vickie Chambers.

The hot dog stand sets up shop on Front Street, right in front of Coupeville Wharf. Operations are weather dependent. Chambers said if you want to know if she’s down at the wharf, visit the Coupeville Library’s website, www.sno-isle.org, and click on the web cam link. The camera points directly at the wharf and Coupe’s Last Stand can be seen if she’s there. Coupe’s was started in 2002 by Charlotte Christensen, who died in 2010 following a brief illness.

Chambers purchased the business after her death.

The stand sells hotdogs, polish dogs, bratwurst, chips and soda.

Chambers said she’s thinking about possibly trying sliders this year.

 

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