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Pallookaville Fine Foods Restaurant Review: Launched from a food truck operation, Jim Stacy's funky establishment brims with frolicking fun, yet his approach to food is serious. So milkshakes may cost a bit more but are made with organic ingredients. Boiled peanuts, a Southern fixation, are well done. We enjoy Pallookaville’s take on the Reuben, a substantial two-hander that may be ordered grilled but doesn't automatically come that way. If you have one corn dog a year, have it here. Other hot dogs, including a foot-long monster, are specialties. Breakfast brings one on a stick that has been dipped into pancake batter before being fried. Drizzle it with syrup. Determined to dine healthy? Salads abound. Northerners looking for familiar fare will find poutine with curds hailing from Wisconsin, and egg creams, a New York favorite. Adult libations include spirits --- even locally made moonshine --- and plenty of brews. It's okay to bring the family canine to the patio, but by law Pooch must remain outside the patio gate.