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Awesome. Fantastic fried chicken, "Hot" as advertised (though I'd probably try bumping up to Damn Hot next time). Supported well by the excellent mac and cheese and black-eyed pea salad. Definitely worth waiting on whatever line you may happen to encounter.
Gus' was the third stop on a Michigan tour of Plattsburgh, and I'd rank them as second best. I ordered mine with the Glazier's hot dogs, which are disturbingly red, yet nicely flavored and snappy. The chili had a little kick, and the onions were diced up nicely (which actually does affect the overall experience).
A natural-casing beef dog, with a solid snap, wrapped in bacon, deep fried, topped with "pickled cherry pepper bacon" relish and chipotle mayo. I could have done without the sweetness of the relish, but there was some actual spiciness that helped to balance things out.
Not the deal it used to be ($15 vs. $11.50), but a nice dish all the same. You pick a type of seafood and your choice of 5 preparations, and the guy goes to work. The lobster is pulled from a tank and, in this case, loaded with fried garlic, chili peppers, etc. It's a total greasy mess, and the puny food-court napkins are monstrously overmatched, but chasing a chunk of lobster with a spoonful of spicy fried garlic is kind of worth it.