Joshua Sieweke, Decatur, goes with slaw dogs, fries and a coke for his final order at the Varsity Jr. in Atlanta on Sunday, August, 22, 2010. Curtis Compton, email@example.com
"What'll ya have?" September 6 1980-Shouinard Jones, 18-months-old, bites into a hot dog from the Varsity in Atlanta, Georgia. The Varsity originally opened in 1938 and has steadily grown into an Atlanta institution. On Georgia Tech games days, the eatery can host up to 30,000 people. They are best known for their Frosted Orange and chili cheese dogs. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Archive
Gordon Muir, president, and his daughter Ashley Weiser, marketing director, taste their popular menu at the Midtown Varsity, representing the third and fourth generations of the Gordy family at the Varsity on Thursday, August 2, 2018. HYOSUB SHIN / HSHIN@AJC.COM
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The Varsity is the busiest fast food restaurant in the city, on Game Day, when Georgia Tech plays at home, they serve between 18,000 to 30,000 customers. Photo taken on Wednesday, October 24, 2012.
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Democratic Presidential candidate John Kerry, center, accompanied by Atlanta Mayor Shirley Franklin, right, and state labor commissioner Michael Thurmond, left in white shirt, stops by the Varsity in Atlanta on Monday, April 19, 2004. Kerry ordered chili dogs, a Varsity orange and onion rings.
Evan Ivester, 6, (left) shoves a hot dog in his mouth as he sits with his mother Susanne at the Varsity off of North Ave. in Atlanta on Tuesday, July 12, 2011. Evan and his family, who hail from Good Hope, stopped at the Varsity after visiting Zoo Atlanta. Jonathan Phillips Special