The menu at this tiny, mostly counter-service hot dog eatery in Logan Square is so short that there isn't even a print version: Your choices basically include hot dogs, polish sausage, fries and fried shrimp. No matter: Fans of its South Side sister restaurant, 35th St. Red Hots, located near U.S. Cellular Field, know it's the real deal. Redhot Ranch's Vienna Beef hot dogs are made the old-fashioned way: simmered in ceramic crocks to increase flavor and served rolled up with fresh-cut fries in wax paper. But don't expect a bevy of condiments. To keep the price low, the restaurant only offers mustard, relish, onions and peppers--and owner Jeffrey Greenfield says he'll hand out ketchup, begrudgingly.