Curtis Scott, 27, has had at a lot of different jobs, including delivering pizzas and working at a brewery and at Cabela’s. He jokes about starting a hot dog cart: “This is my first try at doing something with my life.”

WHAT HE SELLS: Scott takes staple sandwich toppings and puts them on hot dogs. There are eight selections on his menu, such as the Buffalo Blue Dog that’s topped with mozarella, bacon, Frank’s RedHot sauce and blue cheese. The Reuben dog is topped with sauerkraut, Swiss cheese, Thousand Island and sriracha. He also serves a plain dog, and sausages with onions and green peppers.

HOW MUCH: A basic hot dog is $3. Specialty dogs are $4, and the sausages are $5.

CUSTOMER FAVORITE: Many customers go for the plain hot dog with mustard and relish.

HOW TO FIND HIM: Scott isn’t on social media. For the most part, he can be found on Commercial Street, near the Ocean Gateway terminal, from 11 a.m. to 3 or 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.