Had one wee-nee; I prefer dogs with more snap and buns that are less all-enveloping. Willie's is also locally famous for its boneless pork-chop sandwich, served on a hero-style roll with mustard and grilled onions; I opted for a curiously named variation.
Swapping in sauerkraut for the onions, this "Rue Ban" (pronounced like any other rueben, $6.15, including sweet tea) sported a pair of peperoncini, too. How did it get a toehold in Georgia? According to the fellow at the serving window, the original owner (Willie, presumably) moved down from Chicago; the rueben's customary corned beef, Swiss cheese, and Russian dressing, it seems, didn't make the trip. Even so, sliced grilled pork on a big soft roll made for a good now-and-later sandwich, half of it hot, in the afternoon, half of it cold, as a before-bedtime snack.
Willie's Wee-Nee Wagon
3599 Altama Ave. (at 6th St.), Brunswick, Georgia