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Here's The East Side King at Cheer Up Charlies Menu

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East Side King's newest trailer opens officially today at Cheer Up Charlies, and they've got a new trick up their sleeves: hot dogs. In addition to their take on Japan-style hot dogs, the trailer will serve a Thai fried fish sandwich and po' boys. The trailer's hours will be 5 p.m. to 1:45 a.m. seven days a week.

Cheer Up's also recently welcomed back beloved vegan comfort food trailer Arlo's, whose hours are currently 8 p.m. to 2 a.m. Earlier this year, East Side King opened Thai Kun at Wonderland. Wonderland's East 6th location was previously home to Cheer Up Charlies until the beloved queer-friendly club lost their lease and relocated to Red River.

Take a look at the full menu below.

1. Moto Dog $6.50
Our custom-made Tender Belly 100% all natural Berkshire pork hot dog, karashi, kewpie, pickled cabbage, shaved bonito, nori, negi

2. Thai Fried Fish Sandwich $7.50
House-made crispy panang curry fish cake, sweet chili sauce, sweet carrot, pickled cabbage, green papaya, cilantro

3. Shrimp Po' Boy $9
Cornflake crusted gulf shrimp, sweet cabbage slaw, Sriracha, nori, lemon, cilantro

4. Beef Pho' Boy $9
ESK Italian sandwich au jus
Pho broth poached beef shabu shabu, semi-soft comté cheese from Antonelli's, house jardinière, lime, karashi

5. Beet Home Fries $7 (V, GF)
Deep-fried roasted beets, Kewpie mayo, shichimi togarashi, green onion

6. Brussels Sprout Salad $7 (V, GF optional)
Fried Brussels sprouts, sweet & spicy sauce, cabbage, basil, cilantro, mint, onion, jalapeño, deep-fried bun

7. Gaufrettes $3
Anchovy vinegar chips, kewpie, nori, green onion

8. House Made Jardiniere $1 (Vegan)
Spicy pickled vegetable relish
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East Side King

1618 1/2 East 6th Street, Austin, TX 78702

East Side King at Cheer Up Charlies

900 Red River Austin TX

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